Girl Culture Exhibition

Girl Culture Exhibit
ion: Girl Culture has become the definitive photographic documentation on American girls in the 21st century. Now in its fourth edition, the book is a ground-breaking exploration of girls' relationships with their bodies and the popular culture. The traveling show, originating at the Center for Creative Photography, has toured museums and galleries throughout North America, Europe and Russia where it has been seen by over 600,000 people. It had an all-time attendance record at the Minneapolis Center for Photography, and at the Tufts University Tisch Gallery in Medford, MA.

Prior venues include: Visa Pour L'Image (France), Cleveland Museum of Art (Ohio), Center for Creative Photography (Arizona), Pace/MacGill Gallery (New York), Stephen Cohen Gallery (California), Robert Koch Gallery (California), Snite Museum of Art (Indiana), Davenport Museum of Art (Iowa), Forte Belvedere (Italy), Skirball Cultural Center (California), OMC, Gallery for Contemporary Art (Germany), Royal Hibernian Academy (Ireland), Theater Royal de Namur (Belgium), Johnson Museum (New York), Reflex Modern Art Gallery (Holland), the Moscow Photobiennale 2004 (Russia), and the Southeast Museum of Photography (Florida).
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Number of works: 58 prints in all – forty-seven 16x20 and eleven 20x30 inch silver dye bleach prints.

Text panels: 1) Introduction by Trudy Wilner Stack, Exhibition Curator, 2) Essay "Mirror, Mirror" by Lauren Greenfield, 3) 18 interview wall texts with placement instructions: Alison, Ashlee, Christina, Cindy Margolis, Erin, Hannah, Jessica, Leilani, Lillian, Lily, Lisa, Mary Cady, Monica, Nkechi, Ruby, Sara, Sheena, Stephanie.

Other components: Several traveling exhibits are available in the United States and internationally to tour commercial galleries, European/Asian museums and photography festivals. Canon USA may sponsor and assist in promoting artist's lectures at selected venues.

Minimum linear feet: 350-400 (5,000 square feet) required.

Number of crates: 5 Hardigg crates.

Insurance: Borrowing venues are responsible for wall to wall insurance coverage.

Publication: 156-page photography book by the same name, "Girl Culture" (Chronicle Books, 2002) with an essay by Joan Jacobs Brumberg, author of "The Body Project" (Random House, 1997).

Availability: 6 - 10 week loan periods.

Organizer/Credit Line: Organized by Greenfield/Evers LLC.

Contact: For rental fee and other inquiries, please email