August 23 to September 6, 2012
Liz Curtin, Anna Ogier-Bloomer, Sara Petitt: Intimate Information
Curtin’s pieces are a deeply personal monologue dealing with one woman’s experience with living alone and fighting loneliness. She addresses the issue of the female artist working within a framework often devoid of support.
Gallery 307 is pleased to introduce gallery Piccolo, a small space within the gallery which will exhibit “response pieces” to the work in the main space. Our inaugural show features the photographs of Anna Ogier-Bloomer. In this work Ogier-Bloomer navigates the strange shifting of roles between a mother and daughter that comes with age and the desire for understanding. Hers is a dialog connecting generations and building conversations.
Petitt’s work is the continuation of a political discussion mired in fear, anger, hypocrisy and global misconstruction. It explores different cultures and the effects of sexism and violence on women and girls.