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Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics Exhibition Tour with Rachel Churner

Image of Carolee Schneeman sitting to the left of mutliple screens placed in a circle with photographs

Join Rachel Churner, director of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation, for a special tour of Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics, focusing on some of the exhibition’s highlights.

Schneemann was a radical artist who remains a feminist icon and point of reference for numerous contemporary artists to this day. Addressing urgent topics from sexual expression and the objectification of women to human suffering and the violence of war, her work is concerned with the precarious lived experience of humans and animals.

The exhibition will feature the artist’s early paintings; her experimental sculptural assemblages and kinetic works; her pioneering performance work in which she used her own body as a medium; her ground-breaking group performances; as well as her lyrical films and immersive multi-media installations. With over 200 objects and rarely seen archival material, this exhibition positions Schneemann as one of the most relevant, provocative and inspiring artists of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

Rachel Churner is the director of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation. Churner is also an art critic, editor, and co-founder of No Place Press. She teaches in the Department of Visual Studies at the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at the New School.

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