The Mills College Art Museum and 70 South Park announce Double Take, an exhibition showcasing work from the collection of Lenore Pereira and Rich Niles curated by students in the Mills College Museum Studies Workshop.
This is the second collaboration between Mills College and the Niles in which an all female group of students were given a unique opportunity to explore the work of an international roster of women artists. The resulting show, Double Take, explores the ways in which artists revisit and invert common materials as well as familiar artistic processes and subject matter to subtly expose structural, social, and psychological inconsistencies.
Featuring approximately 40 works, including painting, video, photography, sculpture, and installation, Double Take presents work by Tauba Auerbach, Miriam Bohm, Rebecca Bollinger, Rosana Castrillo Diaz, Anne Collier, Tara Donovan, Ceal Floyer, Ann Hamilton, Ellen Harvey, Mona Hatoum, Andrea Higgins, Desiree Holman, Jenny Holzer, Xyler Jane, Lisa Kokin, Louis Lawler, Nikki Lee, Rut Blees Luxembourg, Wangechi Mutu, Catherine Opie, Jenny Ottinger, Gay Outlaw, Danica Phelps, Nigel Poor, Lucy Puls, Beverly Rayner, Martha Rosler, Doris Salcedo, Cindy Sherman, Kathryn Spence, Catherine Wagner, and Francesca Woodman.
The Mills College Museum Studies Workshop, taught by Dr. Stephanie Hanor, Director of the Mills College Art Museum, encompasses both the theoretical and practical study of curatorial practices. Members of the class are: Laura Cirillo, Kate Rhoades, Katherine Rose, Alexasia Salter-Mack, and Darian Volk.
Double Take will be on view Saturdays and Sundays, April 14-May 5, 11:00 am-5:00 pm
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