Tethys Art in Southampton opens group show 'Les Femmes'

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Tethys Art in Southampton opens group show 'Les Femmes'
Cindy Sherman, 'Untitled (Film Still #36)', 1979.

SOUTHAMPTON, NY.- The Untitled Space is featuring a number of their artists in the exhibition Les Femmes, a group show curated by Indira Cesarine at Tethys Art in Southampton, New York on view through September 6th. The 3rd and closing Summer exhibition of Tethys Art, Les Femmes, presents the vision of many notable female artists including the likes of legendary artists Cindy Sherman and Barbara Kruger, pioneering feminists Robin Tewes and Grace Graupe-Pillard, social media sensation Leah Schrager, as well as emerging voices including Fahren Feingold, Alexandra Rubinstein, and Loren Erdrich among a number of others. Through the array of works by these artists, Les Femmes explores the contemporary narrative of the female gaze, while addressing dialogues of representation of women in contemporary culture.

Featured artists include Alexandra Rubinstein, Alison Jackson, Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, Dana Schutz, Fahren Feingold, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface, Katya Zvereva, Leah Schrager, Loren Erdrich, Michele Pred, Natasha Law, Robin Tewes, Sylvia Maier, and Tara Lewis.

Tethys Art

From its inception in 2021 by Nitin Gambhir and Elena Ulansky, Tethys Art has aimed to showcase groundbreaking works that bring together artists, art lovers, collectors, and curators alike. However, Tethys is more than just a gallery. Tethys Art is a place to showcase treasures of art history, introduce new perspectives, facilitate discussions on controversial topics, and shine a light on art that could have a long-lasting impact. Tethys Art aims to guide new and established collectors in building and enlarging high quality art collections through a strong selection of artists and artworks. We exhibit contemporary art that has aesthetic and conceptual strength, and artists who have strong support from the New York and global art community. Through exhibiting a diverse selection of both established and emerging artists, we want to engage with our clients to create new connections to help you broaden your perspectives.

Indira Cesarine

Indira Cesarine has become known for her empowering exhibitions. Since launching The Untitled Space gallery in 2015, Cesarine has curated over 40 exhibitions and has exhibited artwork by more than 450 artists. She has partnered with a number of charitable foundations including The Watermill Center Foundation, ERA Coalition, Women’s Fund For Equality, ARTWALK NY benefiting the Coalition for the Homeless, She Should Run, SaveArtSpace, and Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation among many others, raising funds for their causes via exhibitions, benefit art auctions, as well as a number of other fundraising initiatives. Her exhibitions have been featured internationally in many publications including American Vogue, Vogue Italia, Forbes, Newsweek, W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, CNN, New York Magazine, Dazed and Confused, i-D Magazine, and The Huffington Post among many others. In 2019 Cesarine launched Art4Equality, a non-profit initiative supporting equality-themed art exhibitions and special projects including films and public art. Recent projects of Art4Equality include “Art4Equality x Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Happiness” public art billboard series with SaveArtSpace which was presented along with a gallery group show of over 50 artists at The Untitled Space, September - November 2020. She is also currently acting as a curatorial advisor and director of strategy for Tethys Art, which launched in June 2021 in Southampton, NY.

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