Public Reception

April 10, 2010

Exhibition Dates

April 10, 2010 - May 08, 2010

FEATURING: Liz McGrath / Jen Stark / Swoon / Monica Canilao / Kime Buzelli / Mona Superhero / Meryl Smith / Mel Kadel / Jessica Hess / Marissa Textor / Jesse Spears / Nikki McClureJesselisa Moretti / and Co-Curator Deedee Cheriel

Subliminal Projects is pleased to present SUBject/subJECT, a group exhibition opening April 10, featuring works from over a dozen female artists handpicked by the gallery and co-curator Deedee Cheriel.

SUBject/subJECT examines women’s use of public platforms in mass media, inviting both artists and viewers into a dialogue about role models, self-image and the messages women project in both the mainstream and alternative media.  Says Cheriel, “Now that women have ‘equal rights,’ what are we trying to say?  What’s our subject?  Since female artists remain underrepresented in galleries and museums, we created this show as a platform for emerging women artists to represent!”

Among the show’s artists are Swoon, whose gritty yet delicate paper cutout portraits and large-scale flotillas of otherworldly art boats have landed her on the cover of this month’s ARTnews; Elizabeth McGrath, who breathes beauty and life into the macabre through her creature sculptures and theater-of-the-mind dioramas; and Jen Stark, whose colorful paper sculptures, drawings and animations have been described by Wired as “coldy mathematical yet exuberantly organic.”  Other artists include Cheriel, Monica Canilao, Kime Buzzelli, Mona Superhero, Meryl Smith, Mel Kadel, Jessica Hess, Marissa Textor, Jesse Spears and Nikki McClure.

Ten percent of proceeds from all SUBject/subJECT art sales will go to the Los Angeles Downtown Women’s Center, dedicated to providing permanent, supportive housing and a safe and healthy community for homeless women.

A closing event will be held on Saturday, May 8, featuring performances and more.

Exhibiting Artists

Liz McGrath