MY BODY, MY RULES at PAMM, Miami

By August 21, 2021
Patty Chang, Untitled (Eels), 2001; color video with sound, 16 minutes and 52 seconds. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
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Wangechi Mutu, You tried so hard to make us away, 2005; ink, acrylic, glitter, contact paper, and collage on Mylar, 88 by 51 1/4 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
Christina Quarles, Forced Perspective (And I Kno It’s Rigged, But It’s tha Only Game in Town), 2018; acrylic on canvas, 192 by 252 1/2 by 42 3/4 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.

MY BODY, MY RULES is a group exhibition that examines mainstream portrayal of women, confronting the stereotypes, violence, limitations, and ideals imposed on the disputed image of the feminine body. Featuring a roster of twenty-three women artists working across multiple mediums—including painting, sculpture, photography, and video—the works in the show are unified by a strong commitment to contemporary discussions on gender, race, body politics, resilience, and self-representation amid today’s social landscape.

from the exhibition text

Frances Goodman, Spit/Swallow, 2013; neon, 48 by 76 by 3 1/2 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
Frances Goodman, Spit/Swallow, 2013; neon, 48 by 76 by 3 1/2 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
Zilia Sánchez, Sin título, 1971; acrylic on canvas, 43 by 73 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
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Lee Materazzi, Untitled (Clothes on Head), 2008; chromogenic print, 24 by 18 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
Maria Nepomuceno, 3 mulheres, 2017; beads, braided straw, ropes, ceramic, clay, resin, and wood, 180 1/2 by 71 by 37 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.
Hayv Kahraman, 6 Bends, 2020; oil on panel, 60 by 104 inches. Courtesy the artist and PAMM.

MY BODY, MY RULES is on view at PAMM through September 6, 2021.

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