Exhibition

Natalie White

'EXPOSED'

Natalie White 'EXPOSED' | Events Calendar
Natalie White, Don’t Tread On Me, 2016, Framed archival print on Hahnemuhle paper


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Gallery 151 | 132 W 18th St

Gallery 151 and Wallplay present Natalie White: EXPOSED, an exhibition consisting of a series of large scale polaroid self-portraits alongside a set of embroidered canvases inspired by the Gadsden flag that read “Don’t Tread on Me.” Marking the completion of artist Natalie White’s march this past summer from New York City to Washington DC advocating for the Equal Rights Amendment (E.R.A.), the work in this exhibtion celebrates her ongoing dedication to social change through the platform of visual art and her commitment to educating individuals about the need for equal rights in America. Using herself as a subject and exposing her body as a means to propel her agenda, White’s work illustrates that when depicted by women, the female body has the potential to become a powerful weapon against the social constructs of gender.