SMoCA’s new exhibit reflects on women and the division of labor

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The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting an artistic perspective on women and the division of labor that reaches across the U.S. Mexico Border. The exhibit is titled, “Division of Labor: Women Shifting a Transnational Gaze.”

After finding out that women and artists of color make up less than 15% of museum permanent collections, SMoCA wanted to bring a discussion about this. SMoCA invited artists M. Jenea Sanchez and Gabriela Muñoz for this exhibit.

“They noticed that the voice of LatinX women was sorely lacking and so the exhibition was a way to counter that missing work and replace it with something really powerful,” McCabe said.

For more on the exhibition, visit the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s website.

Jennifer McCabe, Director, and Chief Curator, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

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