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In March of 2004, Marcia G. Yerman curated two exhibits for the Locus Media Gallery in Soho, New York.
On view in conjunction with Women’s History Month, both exhibitions focused on women artists and women’s

In Domestic Affairs the work examined female identity, and reflected upon the myriad roles that women are called upon to play in society. Through painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture, fourteen artists looked out at the world and restructured what they saw through the prism of their personal vision.

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Cultural heritage, the documentation of political realities that shape individual lives, relationships between the sexes, and visual diaries were references that were explored. The exhibiting artists were: Emma Amos, Ida Applebroog, Tomie Arai, Louise Bourgeois, Stephanie Brody-Lederman, Donna Clovis, Claudia DeMonte, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Marina Gutierrez, Adrienne Moumin, Lina Pallotta, Clarissa Sligh, Susan Spencer Crowe, and Brahna Yassky.


Claudia DeMonte

Grace Graupe-Pillard

Lina Pallotta

Ms. Yerman conceived and created a benefit fundraiser for Equality Now, a human rights organization that works to protect and promote the civil, political, economic and social rights of women and girls around the world ( Original works on paper measuring 3.5” x 5” were donated by over 125 women artists from states throughout America, as well as from countries including Kenya, Kuwait, Slovenia, and Croatia. The total proceeds went to Equality Now. Jessica Neuwirth, founder and President, was present during the evening to discuss the group’s mission.


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