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Women & Their Work

1311 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/477-1064
The name says it all: The gallery (and nonprofit organization of the same name) presents innovative, original contemporary art by women of all stripes. Since 1978, Women & Their Work has made establishing a space for the visual legacy of female artists more than a mission; it's made it a vision. The 1,700-square-foot gallery showcases one artist at a time, with each artist in full control of everything from wall color to room size, making it perfect for site-responsive works and beautifully focused presentations. Yearly open calls ensure that programming ranges in material and content. The space also features a gift shop every bit as classy and professional as the gallery itself.
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Women & Their Work: Delimitations

Through the use of Morse code, semaphore, and the flag form Alexandra Robinson appropriates symbols of American exceptionalism, which are informed by her upbringing and familiarity with military family life, and American ideals. The work in this exhibition is steeped in ideas of identity and signifiers that question place and how one exists in that place. Through June 2.

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