Signe Pierce was interviewed by Hunger TV about her contribution to the upcoming group exhibition ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, on view 17 at Untitled Gallery in New York. “The women of the United States are not going to allow ourselves, our bodies, or our rights to be held hostage any longer,” Pierce said. The show, which explores the political climate of a post-Trump America, opens 17 January and will run until 4 February. To read the full interview, click here.
Girl Talk HQ previews Untitled Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, which will include photographic work by Signe Pierce. The show, which will survey more than 80 artists responding to the American political climate in the post-Trump era, will open 17 January and run through 04 February. To read the full article, click here.
ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, the upcoming group show at Untitled Gallery in New York, is the subject of an article by AM NY. The show, which includes works from more than 80 artists, serves as a response to the American political era ushered in by the election of Donald Trump. Signe Pierce’s “Control,” 2017, will be one of the piece’s on display. Curated by Indira Cesarine, the show will open on 17 January and runs through 4 February. To read the full article, click here.
Art Fuse previews the upcoming group exhibition ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, forthcoming at Untitled Gallery in New York City. Author Alison Martin includes Signe Pierce’s photographic work “Control,” 2017, as one of the highlights of the exhibition. Coming from a powerful milieu of activist artists, each piece in the show was created in response to the political climate ushered by the election of Donald Trump to the office of President of the United States. To read the full article, click here.