“25,000 years ago, on the banks of the Danube River in Austria, a woman looked down at her own body and constructed a model reflective of her perspective. This was the Venus of Willendorf. Lumpy, faceless, almost monstrous, she stands in stark contrast to the male-oriented, refined, idealized female form omnipresent in Western art history.”
This exhibition features women artists whom we've asked to share their perspectives through artistic expression. This exhibit is a collective voice of women for women.