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Women's Day / 8M

Exhibition  /  OnlineOnly  /  15 Mar 2021  -  15 Apr 2021
Published: 15.03.2021
Women's Day / 8M.
Joyeros Argentinos
Management:
Laura Giusti
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Intro
Organized by Joyeros Argentinos, an online platform featuring contemporary jewelry and related information, this virtual exhibition shows the recently created wearable artwork to emphasize gender equality and celebrate Women's Day. It's a declaration by the artists as the members of this society which needs to move toward a more just system.

Artist list

Patricia Alvarez, Hebe Argentieri, Vicky Biagiola, Lilia Breyter, Anne Luz Castellanos, Elvira Cibotti, Graciela Di Monaco, Valeria Dowding, Lena Echelle, Fabiana Gadano, Laura Giusti, Alejandra González, Paula Isola, Graciela Lescano, Laura Leyt, Patricia Mogni, Jessica Morillo, Lona Nieva, Susana Ortiz, Ana Pardón, Bárbara Paz, Mabel Pena, Ludovica Riccardi, Carmen Romero, Marita Sario, Andrea Serini, Paula Zuker, Clara Zuleta
That today, Women's Day may sound like rights, assertions, as a struggle, and that it may have lost the sweetened flavor that was imposed on it, as a cloak of oblivion, by the same patriarchal system that had burned alive the workers of New York, the medieval witches, and victims of femicide, it is a palpable sign that the change has no turning back.

Each conquest is a step forward towards a better society. Art, expression of a period, the testimony of its time, keeps the memory alive and anchors milestones of a path traversed with steady steps from an ancient origin of resistance until a present time of transformation and a future of equality, the result of the most definitive, profound and solid revolution in history.

2020 was the year of the pandemic and reclusion, and the year in which we reasserted the decision over our bodies. There is still a long way to go, there are so many milestones to be set…This is our declaration today, as artists, as a group, as members of a society that moves firmly towards a more just system.

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Elvira Cibotti. Pendant: Venus, 2021. Recycled paper, silver, thread.. 47 x 3 x 1.5 cm. Photo by: Damián Wasser. Elvira Cibotti
Pendant: Venus, 2021
Recycled paper, silver, thread.
47 x 3 x 1.5 cm
Photo by: Damián Wasser
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Valeria Dowding. Brooch: Conrainers, 2021. Paper and glue (cartapesta), Japanese lacquer, nickel silver.. 8.5 x 6.5 x 6 cm. Photo by: Valeria Dowding. Valeria Dowding
Brooch: Conrainers, 2021
Paper and glue (cartapesta), Japanese lacquer, nickel silver.
8.5 x 6.5 x 6 cm
Photo by: Valeria Dowding
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Graciela Lescano. Necklace: Free, 2021. Stockings, polypropylene cord, Poplin fabric, nylon-elastane fabric, gauze, jute yarn, waxed yarn.. 45 x 20 x 8 cm. Photo by: Graciela Lescano. Graciela Lescano
Necklace: Free, 2021
Stockings, polypropylene cord, Poplin fabric, nylon-elastane fabric, gauze, jute yarn, waxed yarn.
45 x 20 x 8 cm
Photo by: Graciela Lescano
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Patricia Mogni. Pendant: Dry cry, 2021. Cardboard, iron nails, acrylic paint, cotton yarn.. 16 x 14 x 4 cm. Photo by: Patricia Mogni. Patricia Mogni
Pendant: Dry cry, 2021
Cardboard, iron nails, acrylic paint, cotton yarn.
16 x 14 x 4 cm
Photo by: Patricia Mogni
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Marita Sario. Brooch: Hold me strong, 2021. Bedsheet fabrics, inks.. 25 x 12 x 5 cm. Photo by: Tobías Cortés. Marita Sario
Brooch: Hold me strong, 2021
Bedsheet fabrics, inks.
25 x 12 x 5 cm
Photo by: Tobías Cortés
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