Sunday, October 21, 2012

Rachul McClintic presents artist talk on photos in "Double Standard"exhibit, Meadows Museum, Shreveport, Sun, Oct 21, 2 pm

Featured artist Rachul McClintic discusses her work Sun, Oct 21, at 2 pm at Meadows Museum, Shreveport

Double Standard: Photographs by Rachul McClintic

The photographs of Rachul McClintic reference the sexual double standard placed on women that often hinders sexual as well as other freedoms. Of her work, McClintic states, “From my experience and observation many intimate relationships contribute to sexual objectification, fixations, and destructive obsessions. To assert visual gender commentary, my work utilizes body language, symbolic spaces and autobiographical subject matter.” McClintic is the sole photographer and director of a photographic shoot and often places herself in images as part of the subject matter. Her work continuously debates and visually reverses sexual double standards and is a process that McClintic describes as “evolutionary and revealing.”

Free and open to the public.
Exhibit August 19 – November 11, 2012.

See a review of the exhibit.

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