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Evelene Wechsler: Encountering Women Reception

Hosted By: 92nd Street Y

Join artist Evelene Wechsler for a reception celebrating her latest exhibition Encountering Women!

“I have captured these images during my travels where I have focused on women going about their lives. With my camera I have tried to convey a sense of time and place, highlighting the indigenous landscapes, dress and color. Each photograph is an individual arrested image, but collectively illustrate a commonality that women from all cultures share—striving to thrive in a male-dominated world. The women pictured often use color and style to proclaim their pride of survival, sometimes a calm acceptance, and in some instances quiet resignation. Sometimes I encounter a wry, humorous understanding of the obstacles which they and their sisters everywhere must overcome. Encountering Women is not only a glimpse of women around the world in their quotidian lives, but a celebration of the extraordinary courage they display in navigating our complex world.”

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