On view from 23rd October 2015, Bad Girls Club aims to investigate the complex and contradictory nature of love, sex, and emotion within the context of modernity. Featuring work by exclusively female-identified artists, this exhibition offers visual vectors that seek to challenge the inherent tensions related to a feminist experience of sexual expectations, self-love/care, and independence. Produced by 28 artists from diverse backgrounds ranging in ages from 19 to 65, the show forms a feminist ideology that encourages a diverse and contextual representation of various artistic identities, in addition to the dominant discourses Bad Girls Club is contesting.

Opening Night: October 23rd, 2015 7pm – 2am. Panel Discussion: 7pm – 8pm.
Gallery Hours: October 24th + 25th, 2015 12pm – 5pm.
116 Geary Ave, Unit 204

Curator: Ariella Starkman. Panel Discussion Led By: Rosie Prata. Artists: Jacqueline Ashton, Georgia Bayliss, Sydney Beaumont, Madelyne Beckles, Andrea Bolley, Robin Clason, Inez Genereux, Rebecca Ladds, Michelle Le Fade, Tau Lewis, Jude Liana, Katie Morton, Kathryn MacNaughton, Marina Nedic, Tara Newell, Tania Peralta, Jessica Anne Rose, Delilah Rosier, Aurora Shields, Tabban Soleimani, Dahae Song, Sidney Starkman, Lena Suksi, Ema Walters, Gemma Warren, Monique Palma Whittaker, Rachel Woroner, Basia Wyszynski. Music: Sophie Jones, Young Teesh, So Fy. Production: Matt Bianchi and Thea Hollatz of Good Fortune Studio. Graphic/Web Design: Joe Cornfield.

 

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