Pussy Grabs Back: Women Protest Trump With Art

1-20-17 Indira Cesarine "Protest"
Pussy Grabs Back: Women Protest Trump With Art Indira Cesarine, "Protest"/The Untitled Space

Female artists have turned to their work as a means to respond to and protest Donald Trump's candidacy and election as the next president of the United States as well as the political and social climate that allowed his victory. The exhibit "Uprise/Angry Women," which opened Tuesday at The Untitled Space in Manhattan, was curated by the gallery's founder Indira Cesarine, herself an artist and photographer. The show includes 80 works out of more than 1800 submissions by women across the country and abroad.

1-20-17 Indira Cesarine "Protest"
Indira Cesarine, "Protest"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Alyson Provax "I thought it would be different by now"
Alyson Provax, "I thought it would be different by now"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Daniela Raytchev "Liberty"
Daniela Raytchev, "Liberty"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Rebecca Leveille "November Fucking 2016"
Rebecca Leveille, "November Fucking 2016"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Cara DeAngelis "Donald Trump with a Crown of Roadkill"
Cara DeAngelis, "Donald Trump with a Crown of Roadkill"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Rute Ventura "Trump Voodoo Box"
Rute Ventura, "Trump Voodoo Box"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Laura Murray "Plug It Up"
Laura Murray, "Plug It Up"/The Untitled Space
1-20-17 Jen Dwyer "Current Mood"
Jen Dwyer, "Current Mood"/The Untitled Space