52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone will run at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum from June 6, 2022 TO January 8, 2023. The exhibition includes works from 15 Yale affiliated female-identifying or nonbinary artists.
52 Artists celebrates the fifty-first anniversary of the historic exhibition Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists, curated by Lucy R. Lippard and presented at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 1971. The exhibition showcases work by the artists included in the original 1971 exhibition, alongside a new roster of twenty-six female identifying or nonbinary emerging artists, tracking the evolution of feminist art practices over the past five decades. 52 Artists will encompass the entirety of the Aldrich Museum (approx. 8,000 sq. ft)—the first exhibition to do so in The Aldrich’s new building which was inaugurated in 2004.
Below is a list of Yale affiliated artists:
Yale Artists from the original 1971 Exhibition:
- Alice Aycock, Former Yale Professor ’88-92
- Sylvia Plimack Mangold, BFA ’61
- Dona Nelson, Yale School of Art Visiting Professor ’11
- Howardena Pindell MFA ’67
- Reeva Potoff MFA ’65
- Jackie Winsor, Yale Summer School of Art and Music ’64
- Barbara Zucker, Former Yale School of Art Professor
New Generation of Artists:
- Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski MFA ’19
- Florencia Escudero MFA ’12
- Emilie L. Gossiaux MFA ’19
- Ilana Harris-Babou BA ’13
- Loie Hollowell, Yale Summer School of Art and Music ’04
- Catalina Ouyang MFA ’19
- Aliza Shvarts BA ’08
- Stella Zhong MFA ’19
Read more about the exhibition and see other participating artists at this Aldrich article.
Photo Credit: 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone (installation view, left, Florencia Escudero, Talisman, 2021, Collection of Selig D. Sacks, Courtesy of the artist and Kristen Lorello, NY; right, Cynthia Carlson, Explore the Conflicts, 2017, Courtesy of the artist and Richard Saltoun Gallery, London; back center, Barbara Zucker, Time Signatures: Homage to Linda and Lucy. My Luminaries, 2010-17, Courtesy of the artist), The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, June 6, 2022 to January 8, 2023. Photo: Jason Mandella.