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Event Spotlight: Online exhibition We Are Women is open at The Untitled Space Gallery in celebration of Women's History Month

"Holding It Together Even When I'm Not" by Sophie Goudman-Peachey
"Holding It Together Even When I'm Not" by Sophie Goudman-Peachey on view at The Untitled Space

It started with a day, progressed to a week, and became a month-long celebration of female achievement in 1987. In observance and honor of Women’s History Month, The Untitled Space gallery proudly presents its We Are Women online exhibition and art collection, showcasing the diverse works of 30 female artists, available for viewing until the end of March. Activists, art lovers and collectors are invited to explore the curated collection of small works and limited editions touching on themes of femininity, empowerment, and identity. 

"Free Flow" by Andrea Ferrigno
"Free Flow" by Andrea Ferrigno on view at The Untitled Space

"We are thrilled to present We Are Women in honor of Women's History Month," states Indira Cesarine, artist as well as founder and curator of The Untitled Space. "This exhibition not only highlights the incredible talent of female artists but also serves as a reminder of the importance of supporting and uplifting women in the arts." As an established artist and photographer, Cesarine knows first hand how difficult it can be for women to break into the industry. As an entrepreneur, she fills a niche by fusing business with social good. 

"Shall We Dance" by Grace Graupe-Pillard
"Shall We Dance" by Grace Graupe-Pillard on view at The Untitled Space

Since its founding, the gallery has provided a platform for female artists to showcase their work through exhibitions, events, partnerships, and other initiatives. The Untitled Space continues to champion the voices and talents of women artists, empowering them to share their stories and perspectives with a global audience. And, in honor of Women’s History Month, The Untitled Space is offering 20% off on all artworks featured in “We Are Women,” its latest installment in an ongoing effort to promote gender equality within the art world. 

"Fake News" by Sarah Maple
"Fake News" by Sarah Maple on view at The Untitled Space

From bold and vibrant paintings to intricate mixed-media compositions, each artwork offers a unique reflection on womanhood and the female experience. Readers of the ARTpublika blog may even spot a number of familiar featured artists, from Elena Chestnykh to Giulia Grillo aka Petite Doll to Cesarine’s own creations. But the main thing on display is the diversity and boundless innovativeness of women in their creative prime. We Are Women is a great reminder of why the National Women's History Project petitioned Congress to Pass  Pub. L. 100-9 and implement Women’s History Month. 

"Woman Eating Spaghetti" by Lynn Bianchi
"Woman Eating Spaghetti" by Lynn Bianchi on view at The Untitled Space

The We Are Women will be on view until March 31st, 2024. It features works by Faustine Badrichani, Lynn Bianchi, Helena Calmfors, Indira Cesarine, Elena Chestnykh, Katie Commodore, Annika Connor, Parker Day, Fahren Feingold, Andrea Ferrigno, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Sophie Goudman-Peachey, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Giulia Grillo aka Petite Doll, Rebecca Leveille, Sarah Maple, Kristin O'Connor, Mary Tooley Parker, Anna Salenko, Leah Schrager, Victoria Selbach, Sarupa Sidaarth, Isabel Sierra aka The Love Whip, Mairi-Luise Tabbakh, Robin Tewes, Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface, Camilla Webster, Logan White, Tabitha Whitley, and Martha Zmpounou.

Note* All of the event information and images are provided by our partners.


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