Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
November 18 – 19, 2021
WOPHA and PAMM announce the participation of 50 internationally-recognized artists, curators, scholars, and educators from around the world alongside 40 worldwide collectives and organizations of women and non-binary photographers in the WOPHA Congress, the first two-day public convening of its kind.
Titled Women, Photography, and Feminisms, the WOPHA Congress, which is free and open to all, will cast the spotlight onwomen’s contributions to modern and contemporary art and the camera as a tool of individual and collective emancipation.
It will take place at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) on November 18 – 19, 2021 with several activations across the city. It will be possible to join the Congress virtually.
Conceptualized by WOPHA Founder and Director, Latinx art historian, and curator Aldeide Delgado “as a space that will render women photographers visible while advancing critical debate about modern and contemporary photography by women and non-binary practitioners,” the WOPHA Congress will bring to center stage the idea of photography as a collaborative practice, addressing topics of feminist aesthetics, the decolonization of archives, and curatorial strategies. The program will present seminal and emerging research about women photographers’ work and changes to institutions and their structures and hierarchies in a fundamental way.
More more details and registration – please go to the direct link.