Andrea Bowers
Whose Feminism is it Anyway?
February 18 - March 26, 2016
537 West 22nd Street
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Portrait with Gun and Hood (Jennicet Guttierez) (in collaboration with Ada Tinnell)
Goddess (Power of the Common Public)
Goddess (Power of the Common Public) (detail)
Crazy Bitches
Crazy Bitches (Detail)
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Trans Liberation: Ni Una Mas, Not One More (Jennicet Gutierrez) (in collaboration with Ada Tinnell)
Trans Liberation: Beauty in the Street (Johanna Saavedra) (in collaboration with Ada Tinnell)
Trans Liberation: Building a Movement (Cece McDonald) (in collaboration with Ada Tinnell)
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Transfeminist (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015)
Transfeminist (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015) (detail)
Dignity Safety Justice: Woman With Sign Overhead (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015)
Dignity Safety Justice: Woman With Sign Overhead (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015) (detail)
Dignity Safety Justice: Woman With Sign (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015)
Dignity Safety Justice: Woman With Sign (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015) (detail)
Dignity Safety Justice: Woman With Raised Fist (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015)
Dignity Safety Justice: Woman With Raised Fist (Trans Latina Coalition, Blockade at the Beverly Center, L.A., CA, March 20th, 2015) (detail)
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Intl. Women's Day (Illustration by Heriberto C. Echeverria Del Pozo, Cuban Communist Party Publishers, 1972)
Visibility Is Not Enough, Trans Liberation Now
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
La Beauté Est Dans La Rue (Original silkscreen design by Atelier Populaire, Paris, 1968)
Work Table with Feminist Political Graphics
Installation View, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Roundtable Discussion