Howl! Happening is pleased to present Beth B’s Voyeur, an installation of video, photography and sculpture that explores the varied perceptions of the female and male gaze. The exhibition enlists the viewer's implicit participation with transgressive imagery and invites each person to examine their own boundaries and preconceptions regarding sexuality and gender. A new Beth B publication, NUDES, will be published by Howl! to coincide with the exhibition. Opening Reception: Saturday, February 18, 6–9 PM.
Date: February 18-March 16, 2017
Location: HOWL! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project, 6 E. 1st Street. NYC
Other events at VOYEUR exhibition:
February 23, 6:30-8:30pm -- Ms. Foundation panel to discuss violence against women.
March 4, 7pm -- Live performances by Lydia Lunch and Birdthrower
CALL HER APPLEBROOG is a poignant and intimate portrait of the renowned artist, Ida Applebroog, who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish household with an immigrant father who only wanted to have sons; instead there were three girls. It is a cathartic story of self-realization and the act of art-making as a lifesaving parachute.
The film reveals Applebroog’s groundbreaking artwork that has been a sustained enquiry into the polemics of human relations, but more intimately, it is about her dramatic struggle to overcome adversity. Her story is one that Beth knows well—Ida is her mother.
CALL HER APPLEBROOG WEBSITE
EXPOSED profiles eight female and male artists who use their nakedness to transport us beyond the last sexual and social taboos.
These cutting edge performers -- operating on the far edge of burlesque – combine politics, satire, and physical comedy to question the very concept of "normal." Through them, we get to examine our own inhibitions. The film creates a unique perspective, taking the audience into the clubs and other hidden spaces where these artists perform. EXPOSED WEBSITE