March is Women's History Month. So it's a good fit, then, that Woman's Image, is currently on view through April 24 at Hagedorn Gallery.
The exhibit showcases a group of known, and less well-known, photographers, as well as a smattering of artists working in other media. The show centers on the complicated and compelling subject of woman. The work displayed on Hagedorn's bottom floor explores the progression of woman's image from the aesthetics of her body to pictures searching for the depths of her soul.
Photographs on the second floor explore the idea of "What Defines A Woman." Here, various female artists struggle with multiple identities.
The show sets out to explore the fragmentation of female identity and its evolution throughout history. While a few of the pieces explore the objectification of women, it's most successful when it forces you to contemplate your inner self while also seeking to understand other women's circumstances.
425 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, #25. 404.492.7718. Gallery Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. -5 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
(Photo Mary Anne Mitchell)
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