Posted on September 27, 2013
Katrina Vastag of The Daily Utah Chronicle profiles Martha Wilson’s interventionism in the UMFA galleries and highlights her concurrent installation Helen Levitt and Gary Winogrand photographs from the UMFA permanent collection:
“In addition to Wilson’s individual art, she put together a collection of photographs by Helen Levitt and Garry Winogrand, which can be found on the second floor of the UMFA. The photographs have accompanying text meant to challenge the viewer. She hopes museum guests will notice the difference between a man’s gaze and a woman’s gaze — glances highlighted through Wilson’s photographic pairings.”
The Guerilla Girls also held a sold-out show in connection with the exhibit on Sept. 12 at the UMFA!
Read the full article here.