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Baxter St Camera Club of NY
126 Baxter St, New York, NY 10013
Tuesday - Friday: 12 - 6 pm

Bodies of Work
Apr 16-Apr 27 2019 - 3 days left
Bodies of Work considers maternal experiences, with works by contemporary artists Marina Berio, Patty Chang, Lenka Clayton, Jamie Diamond, Nona Faustine, Alison Elizabeth Taylor, and Cao Yu. The artworks are stylistically diverse and incorporate a range of approaches, exploring inter-related themes including the body, time, politics, love, attachment, and separation. Normative and coherent ideals of motherhood are challenged, and the maternal is considered as a vital political force. Curator: Corinne Botz. Opening Reception: Wed, Apr 17, 6:30-8pm.
Corinne Botz : Milk Factory
Apr 16-Apr 27 2019 - 3 days left
Lactation rooms are everyday spaces that embody deeply felt subjective experiences of motherhood. Symbolically and materially, expressed milk is a substitute for the mother’s physical presence and emotional intimacy when separated from her child. Corinne Botz's photographs of lactation rooms offer insight into women's personal experiences, the maternal body's status in the workplace, and the ideological contradictions inherent in modern parenthood and government policies. Opening Reception: Wed, Apr 17, 6:30-8pm.
Tommy Kha : Insensitive Flesh
May 01-Jun 01 2019 - 38 days left
Tommy Kha : My work is about the self in self-portrait, the portrait in self-portrait, and the hyphen in self-portrait. Opening Reception: Wed, May 1, 6-8pm.
Tahereh Fallahzadeh, Fia Backstrom : Against the Sun
Jun 05-Jul 06 2019 - 73 days left
Against the Sun: The photographs of Tahereh Fallazadeh and the exhibition architecture of Fia Backstrom. Tahereh Fallahzadeh is an artist who, while working within different modes of photography, has constructed a deep relation to ways of representing, reflecting, and expressing selfhood. Working in diverse mediums including photography, writing, installation, and performance, Fia Backstrom agitates the social life of language and materials. Curators: Hadi Fallahpisheh, Phoebe d'Heurle. Opening Reception: Wed, June 5, 6-8pm.