Regina José Galindo, ¿Quién puede borrar las huellas? 
/ Who Can Erase the Traces?, 2003, Guatemala City. Photo by José Osorio.

Curated by 
Olga Kopenkina

September 28-November 23, 2016

Opening Reception 
September 27, 6-8:30 PM

Panel Discussion at 6:15 PM, moderated by Martha Wilson, with Olga Kopenkina, Mujeres Públicas, Tanja Ostojić and YES! Association / Föreningen JA!

Performance "Misplaced Women?" by Tanja Ostojić to 
follow panel.

Feminism Is Politics! is an inquiry into what is conceptualized by feminists and queer/lesbians in the 21st century as New Feminism. The exhibition features video, performance works and art activism that address the feminist position in action and redefine the notion of "political" within the new millennium's paradigm of uncertainty and precarity.

Artists include:
Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz; Bureau of Melodramatic Research; Melanie Cervantes; Regina José Galindo; Gluklya (Natalia Pershina-Yakimanskaya); Victoria Lomasko; Liza Morozova; Mujeres Públicas; Tanja Ostojić; YES! Association / Föreningen JA!; Anna Zvyagintseva

This exhibition is sponsored in part by the Republic of Serbia Ministry of Culture, the Berlin Senate Chancellery-Cultural Affairs Department, and the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists.

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