Lauren Kelley in a Group Exhibition at PPOW Gallery

Jun 30 2016 - Jul 29 2016


PPOW Gallery
535 W 22nd Street
New York, NY


Visual Arts

PPOW Gallery presents a group exhibition taking inspiration from Simone de Beauvoir's book The Woman Destroyed published at the height of the international women's civil rights movement in 1967. De Beauvior's existential publication is comprised of three fictional novellas on the theme of women, long past their youth, facing unexpected crises- alienation, solitude and heartache. Using de Beauvoir's character's psychologically profound empathy and exasperation towards societal and domestic expectations, the artists, Elizabeth Glaessner, Lauren Kelley, David Mramor, Allison Schulnik, Jessica Stoller and Robin F. Williams present works that extend the complexities of female crisis into contemporary and fantastical dimensions.

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