I recently had work in two shows that I wasn't able to make it to: Who's Afraid of Feminism? at A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, and a show at the Textile Arts Factory in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Who's Afraid of Feminism? was curated by Catherine Morris, curator at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, and she had great things to say about what it is to be part of a show like this (featuring work by self-identified women) in 2015:
"As we experience a profound shift in our understanding of the fluidity of gender identity, which is one of the defining features of this historical moment, feminism endures as a vital social, political and economic necessity. Artists included in Who's Afraid of Feminism address many of the most pressing social and cultural issues of our day--the mutability of gender constructions, marriage equality, body shaming, domestic violence, and culturally specific approaches to and priorities of feminism."