Oct 25, 2015
Thanks to Rebecca Conroy for interviewing me for A Child Grows in Brooklyn!
Jan 18, 2015
Opening: Friday January 23rd 7-11 pm
MASS Gallery is pleased to announce the first show of our 2015 season!
Friendship and Freedom is a group exhibition of contemporary queer and feminist artworks by Leah DeVun,Edie Fake and the collective known as Nightmare City, presented at MASS Gallery in Austin, TX. The artists in Friendship and Freedom each present work that exists at the crossing of gender, politics, identity, and historical past. Using history as a starting point, the works in Friendship and Freedom express a desire to create ideological and physical spaces in the present for social action, community and camaraderie.
Dec 11, 2014
I have an essay and portfolio of images in this new book by Marc Fischer of Public Collectors and Temporary Services. It's a real honor to be a part of this group of amazing writers and artists!
Oct 14, 2014
Mar 29, 2014
Thanks to all the panelists, audience members, and organizers from A.I.R. Gallery, Rutgers University's IWA, and the Sackler Center for making Thursday's event possible!
Jul 8, 2013
I was excited to be a part of the SRLP fundraiser, Small Works, along with Amy Sillman, AK Burns, Leidy Churchman, Keltie Ferris, Guadalupe Rosales, Edie Fake, Emily Roysdon, and so many other fantastic artists.
May 5, 2012
Hannah Barrett | Katherine Bernhardt | Kathe Burkhart | Katie Cercone |Serena Cole | Patricia Cronin | Leah DeVun | Moyna Flannigan | Chitra Ganesh | Julie Heffernan | Nina Katchadourian | Lauren Kelley | Anya Kielar | Judith Linhares | Xander Marro | Kim McCarty | Ana Mendieta | Wangechi Mutu | Alex Prager | Allison Schulnik | Dana Schutz | Xaviera Simmons | Nancy Spero | Mickalene Thomas | Summer Wheat | Lorna Williams | Molly Zuckerman-Hartung
Twisted Sisters is an exhibition of works that are made by women artists and depict women as the subjects. Inspired by 1960’s performance works wherein women turned to the body as the site of creation and content, the exhibition casts the body as protagonist. Twisting cultural endorsements of beauty, the depictions of women in these works are unsettling, unexpected, or up side down. Whether the works are driven by narrative, fantasy, or portraiture, they incite an attraction, repulsion or amusement response from the viewer. The nuance of body and form expressed within and between works refuse singularity. Identity is not definitive. The combination of pieces, including painting, sculpture, video, installation, prints, mixed media, and performance, will itself be unsettling, providing few relief points between eyes looking out.
Curated with Janet Phelps.
On View: May 19 — June 24, 2012
Reception: May 19, 2012 6-8pm
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Apr 23, 2012
I'll be in New York City in a few weeks for a group show at Dodge Gallery on the Lower East Side. I'll post some more info in the next week or two but I hope to see you New Yorkers there!
Mar 20, 2012
Here's the new issue of American Short Fiction with my photograph, "Early Morning Goodbye," on the cover. Thanks to editor Jill Meyers and Blanton assistant curator Risa Puleo!