The work presented in this exhibition is as varied as the women in the group, although two definitive trends emerge. The first is a strong interest in the human figure sometimes associated with social engagement in the tradition of Diego Rivera, and Oswaldo Guayasamín. Although, some bring to it, a conceptual bend.
This exhibition displays the promised bounty of multiculturalism, today expanded worldwide, building in its wake new dialogues enriching culture at large, our human common ground.
- Arielle Masson
Artist/ Curator/ Senior Faculty
the Glassell School of Art, MFAH.