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Yonkers, NY | Private Tour of “Matrix: Prints by Women Artists, 1960–1990” with Laura Vookles, Chief Curator of Collections, Hudson River Museum

February 11, 2023 | 3:00 pm 5:00 pm

Julia Santos Solomon (American, b. Dominican Republic, 1956). Palma Real, 1988. Silkscreen. Private Collection. © Julia Santos Solomon.

Please join us for private tour of Matrix: Prints by Women Artists, 1960–1990 led by Laura Vookles, Chief Curator of Collections at the Hudson River Museum and ArtTable member, followed by a light reception.

Matrix: Prints by Women Artists, 1960–1990 explores a period of experimentation in printmaking among women artists, who used the art form as a means of creative expression and also a way to enter the male-dominated art market. Artists such as Minna Citron, Chryssa, Helen Frankenthaler, the Guerrilla Girls, Louise Nevelson, Faith Ringgold, and Julia Santos Solomon experimented with the medium during these three decades and became a formidable matrix from which a new generation of printmakers would develop. Individually and collectively, these artists expanded the genre through their mastery of technique and collaboration, while defining and broadening a new, more inclusive voice and visual language.


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About the Laura Vookles

Laura Vookles, Chief Curator of Collections at the Hudson River Museum, has co-curated and written essays for Museum publications, including “The Old Croton Aqueduct: Rural Resources Meet Urban Needs”; “Next Stop Westchester! People and the Railroad”; “Westchester: The American Suburb”; “Dutch New York: the Roots of Hudson Valley Culture”; “Paintbox Leaves: Autumnal Inspiration from Cole to Wyeth”; and “The Panoramic River: The Hudson and the Thames.” She also conceived, curated and wrote the lead essay and catalogue for “Elihu Vedder: Journey on the Nile.” In the 28 years that she has worked at the Hudson River Museum, she has focused much effort on Glenview, the Museum’s 1877 Hudson River house for which she completed numerous furnishing, conservation, and interpretation projects. Vookles is also a member of ArtTable.

Image: Julia Santos Solomon (American, b. Dominican Republic, 1956). Palma Real, 1988. Silkscreen. Private Collection. © Julia Santos Solomon. Courtesy of the Hudson River Museum.

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