Nasty Women New Haven Exhibition

New Haven is one of 40 cities to join the nationwide movement to organize a Nasty Women exhibition in the first days of Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s term in office. As we stand together in this exhibition, amid our cultural contributions, we hope to recognize the collective muscle of our intellect, humor, and craft. Working in values-based solidarity, we form our own wall, and face the threats of an administration that seeks to rule through bullying, shaming, bending words and casting fear on those without power. We are nasty, loud, peaceful, tolerant, caring, and unafraid and we demand to be recognized and respected as such.
-from the organizers

Lisa Kereszi will include a photograph of New Burlesque performer Dirty Martini onstage in NYC.

Opening Thursday March 9th, 2017 6-8pm
and on view through April 8th
at the Institute Library
845 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT
1st floor hours: Fri. 3-6pm, Sat. 11-2pm, Sun. 12-3pm
(or buzz the library from M-F 10-6pm)

Posted on 2 March 2017

Lecture at Dikeou Collection in Denver

As part of this year’s Denver Month of Photography, Lisa Kereszi and Benjamin Donaldson will give talks on their work, followed by a discussion with Denver Art Museum curator Eric Paddock at the Dikeou Collection.
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March 16, 2017 at 630pm
1615 California Street
Denver, CO

Dikeou Superstars

Posted on 2 March 2017

Winter Group Shows in NY and at Yale

On view now through Jan 28th, 2017 is Picturing Family, a show featuring the work of Lisa Kereszi alongside Gregory Crewdson, An My Le, Elinor Carucci, Tom Roma, Justine Kurland, Renee Cox, Doug DuBois, Lyle Ashton Harris, Laurel Nakadate, Benjamin Donaldson, Chris Verene and many others.
Yale School of Art
Green Hall Gallery
1156 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT
and
Opening on January 28
On view through March 5th, 2017
at September Gallery
449 Warren Street
Hudson, NY
is the Post-Election show of over 150 women artists,
co-curated by Kate Gilmore, featuring Kereszi with Polly Apfelbaum,
Melissa Auf Der Maur, Marilyn Minter, Mickalene Thomas, Rochelle Feinstein, Ellen Harvey, Miranda Lichtenstein, Marie Lorenz and many others.

Posted on 24 January 2017