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Access: A Century After Women’s Right to Vote

January 31 - March 15, 2020

The Dj's Gay, My Love (Red and Green) Relief photopolymer plate print with "African" Chinese knockoff wax fabric hand-sewn 22 x 15 in June 2019
April Bey; The Dj's Gay, My Love (Red and Green); Relief photopolymer plate print; 22 x 15 in; June 2019

The year 2020 marks the centennial milestone when women gained access to the political process with the right to vote. But despite the passage of the 19th amendment, women of color did not gain that right and vast numbers of women are to this day still disenfranchised and excluded from the political process. How much has changed in the intervening 100 years? Access: A Century After The Right to Vote examines this question with art and archive and considers women’s roles today and their access to positions of power.


Artists in the exhibition: Kim Abeles, April Bey, Joey Forsyte, Erika Rothenberg, and the Las Fotos Project.

Access is organized in partnership with the Glendale Commission on the Status of Women and is curated by guest curator Ani Ohanessian and Ara and Anahid Oshagan.


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Installation Photos & Artists' Work


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