OPENING: A.I.R. Pioneers Portraits by Judy Cooper

Judith Bernstein © Judy Cooper

Join NOPA member Judy Cooper as she presents a show of recent portraits of the women who in 1972 founded A.I.R. Gallery in New York City, the first gallery of, by, and for women artists in the US.

The founders and early members of A.I.R. include many well known and influential artists. Cooper’s large photographs reveal the strength and individuality of the women, as well as the collective spirit of the enterprise they began. A small catalogue which includes a brief history of the founding of A.I.R. and bios of each of the Pioneers, written in their own words, accompanies the exhibition.

Opening Reception
Thursday, October 23, 5:00-7:30pm
In the Seltzer-Gerard Reading room
Caroline Richardson Hall next to the Newcomb Art building
Tulane University, Uptown Campus

The exhibition will be up from October 23 to December 31, 2014. It is part of Prospect 3 as a P3+ site.