Updated: Mar 13
Caption: Huang Meng Wen, Suits and Corsages, 2015 - 2021. Courtesy of the Artist
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From femme sensibilities to a queer state of mind, “WOMEN我們: From Her to Here” brings together artistic works that embodies feelings and experiences rooted in the non-binary—an awareness, a liminal space, and a source of power to be and be seen.
Between and beyond this exhibition are local and universal expressions of queer and feminist liberation, cultivation, and imaginations.
Centered on Asian diasporic perspectives, the exhibition features video and film works, mixed media installation, photography, paintings and publications by artists of diverse gender & sexual identities across the Bay Area, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, and more.
Participating Artists: Chen Han Sheng, Huang Meng Wen, Heesoo Kwon, Madeleine Lim, Nicole Pun, Queer Reads Library x Mixed Rice Zines, Tina Takemoto, Brad Walrond, Chelsea Ryoko Wong, Luka Yuanyuan Yang + Carlo Nasisse, Yao Hong
This is CCC’s third iteration of WOMEN我們 (a Mandarin homophone meaning both ‘women’ and ‘we’). The ongoing series is a platform to explore feminism, gender diversity, and sexual equality.
WOMEN我們: From Her to Here is accompanied by a series of virtual programs presented with local and international partners: API Equality – Northern California (Bay Area), Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (Bay Area), Queer Reads Library (Hong Kong & Vancouver), Shanghai Queer (Shanghai), Coexist (Taiwan), and More.
WOMEN我們: From Her to Here is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Fleishhacker Foundation, Wells Fargo Foundation, San Francisco Community Challenge Grants, San Francisco Arts Commission, Tongson Family, California Humanities, and Zellerbach Family Foundation.
Additional support by the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation, Grants for the Arts, California Arts Council, SF Arts and Artist Relief, National Endowment for the Humanities CARES Relief, and CCC Contemporaries.
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