Installation view of "Not I, We"

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Andrew Brischler

The Forbidden Zone Was Once A Paradise (Faggots), 2013 

Pencil on paper

12.75 x 10.25 in

32.4 x 26 cm

Yuval Pudik

Tears No. 90 (INXS, Bitter Tears), 2014

Spray paint and graphite on paper

52 x 33 in

132.1 x 83.8 cm

Yuval Pudik

KANADA, 2015

Paperback books, paper, acrylic

Dimensions variable

Detail of 

Yuval Pudik

KANADA, 2015

Paperback books, paper, acrylic

Dimensions variable

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Lecia Dole-Recio Untitled (bl.ppr.brnz.spry.bl.Ins), 2014

Lecia Dole-Recio
Untitled (bl.ppr.brnz.spry.bl.Ins), 2014
Gouache, acrylic, spray paint, glue, paper
92.01 x 81.73 in
233.7 x 207.6 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Lisa Anne Auerbach

The Way to Success, 2016

Merino wool stitched onto stretched linen

54 x 45 in

203.2 x 160 cm

Detail of 

Lisa Anne Auerbach

The Way to Success, 2016

Merino wool stitched onto stretched linen

54 x 45 in

203.2 x 160 cm

Detail of 

Lisa Anne Auerbach

The Way to Success, 2016

Merino wool stitched onto stretched linen

54 x 45 in

203.2 x 160 cm

Donald Baechler, Vocabulary Lesson, 1981

Donald Baechler

Vocabulary Lesson, 1981

Graphite and oil-based enamel on paper

35 x 46 in

88.9 x 116.8 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Florence Derive, Red Clouds on Blue, 2015

Florence Derive

Red Clouds on Blue, 2015

Acrylic on linen

52 x 39 in

132.1 x 99.1 cm

Dean Sameshima, Untitled (Grouping #1), 2007

Dean Sameshima

Untitled (Grouping #1), 2007

Acrylic and silkscreen on canvas

50 x 64 in

127 x 162.6 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Maynard Monrow Untitled / Immigrants, 2017

Maynard Monrow
Untitled / Immigrants, 2017
Mixed media
21 x 15 in
53.3 x 38.1 cm

Amy Bessone S1.2 The Magician's Assistant, 2015

Amy Bessone
S1.2 The Magician's Assistant, 2015
Ceramic and rope
31.5 x 17 x 21.5 in
80 x 43.2 x 54.6 cm

Judith Eisler Agnes, Karin, Anna, 2007

Judith Eisler
Agnes, Karin, Anna, 2007
Oil on canvas
35.83 x 59.84 in
91 x 152 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) Roberto, Guatemala, 2012

Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.)
Roberto, Guatemala, 2012
Ball point pen on paper
18 x 12.5 in
45.7 x 31.8 cm

Bovey Lee

Application for Naturalization, 2017

Photo transfer, cut paper

20.75 x 26.75 in

52.7 x 67.9 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Rob Wynne, An Invisible Curtain..., 2014

Rob Wynne
An Invisible Curtain..., 2014
Poured and mirrored glass
51 x 69 inches
129.5 x 175.3 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

David Haxton, No. 94, 1980

David Haxton
No. 94, 1980
Polaroid
11 x 12 in
27.9 x 30.5 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Marnie Weber, Destiny and Blow Up Friends, 1995

Marnie Weber

Destiny and Blow Up Friends, 1995

Digital video

TRT: 6:25

Betty Tompkins

Double Breast Drip, 1971

Colored pencil and graphite on paper

14 x 11 in

35.6 x 27.9 cm

Judie Bamber

I'll Give You Something To Cry About (Dead Baby Finch), 1990

Oil on canvas

29 x 29 in

73.7 x 73.7 cm

Detail of

Judie Bamber

I'll Give You Something To Cry About (Dead Baby Finch), 1990

Oil on canvas

29 x 29 in

73.7 x 73.7 cm

Installation view of "Not I, We"

Francesca Gabbiani

Leftovers, confetti dream, 2015

Colored paper, ink, gouache on canvas

18 x 24 in

45.7 x 61 cm

Alexis Teplin

See, Sea, 2014

Oil on linen, mixed media

17.75 x 13.75 in

45.1 x 34.9 cm

Not I, We

Los Angeles

January 28 – February 9, 2017

"The constitution does not begin with 'I, the president' it begins with 'We, the people'"
-Gloria Steinem, Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017

 

Gavlak Los Angeles is pleased to present, Not I, We, a group exhibition curated by Julie Russo and Lauren Wood featuring artists that identify as women and/or LGBTQ, and feminists that support them. The exhibition will showcase a multitude of mediums including drawing, painting, collage, mixed media, knit, ceramic sculpture and installation in an effort to highlight human rights issues and promote equality, compassion, and transparency in both the political and public sphere.

 

The exhibition will also act as a call to action. We will supply postcards created by the Women's March so one may exercise their right to share their views and ideas with local government officials. In addition, we will provide further information on the next steps you can take to fully participate in our democracy and have your voice heard.

 

Artists featured include Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.), Lisa Anne Auerbach, Donald Baechler, Judie Bamber, Amy Bessone, Andrew Brischler, Florence Derive, Lecia Dole-Recio, Judith Eisler, Francesca Gabbiani, David Haxton, Bovey Lee, Maynard Monrow, Yuval Pudik, Dean Sameshima, Alexis Teplin, Betty Tompkins, Marnie Weber, T.J. Wilcox, and Rob Wynne.

 

An artist reception and activist open house will be held on Saturday, January 28, from 4-6pm at Gavlak Los Angeles.

 

For more information about the exhibition or for press inquiries, please contact Lauren Wood at lauren@gavlakgallery.com or 323-467-5700.