except for the sound of my voice…Photogravures by Leslie A. Golomb with selections from Wielding the Knife, woodcuts by Master Chinese Printmaker, Li Kang.
Golomb’s content taps into, but isn’t blatantly about, identity or gender poli- tics. Rather, those subjects represent the connective tissue to what she’s really interested in, which is reflecting on how women think through, navigate and express being female in the cultural climate they live in.
The opening reception is Saturday November 7th from 6-9pm. This event is free and open to the public. The exhibition runs through January 30th, 2016.