Showing: Emily Mae Smith – “Kin” @ Simone Subal Gallery

A few weeks ago, Simone Subal Gallery in New York opened a new show from Emily Mae Smith entitled Kin. Much of the American artist's reoccurring motifs can be seen in the new work - the anthropomorphic broom, teeth, references to the female form, the bespectacled face - carefully chosen imagery that has made appearances in her painting practice for the last decade. Underlying all of Smith’s work are sly references to feminist ideals, which combined with her homages to different art movements, point the lack of feminine perspectives in art history. Read more about the meaning behind her work here. Discuss Emily Mae Smith here.
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