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A.I.R. Gallery Retrospective 1972-1979 at WERKSTÄTTE GALLERY

James Kalm peddles through the rain to bring viewers a report on this historic recreation. Opening in 1972 A.I.R. was the first women's co-operative gallery to open in New York. Due to the underrepresented position of female artists, this group came together, organized, built and maintained this gallery dedicated to showing the best quality art produced by women, regardless of its medium. Uniquely, this gallery combined the radical social challenges of Feminist thought with a new experimental spirit in art and helped establish a new creative enclave downtown called Soho. Featuring and interview with co-curator and founding member Patsy Norvell.
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