ORIGINAL ARTWORKS BY KATHERINE BERNHARDT
24" x 18”
Acrylic on paper
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The first work in this series was a hand-painted cardboard sign featuring toilet paper and a poop emoji which, like so many others, was produced for the Women's March in NYC in January 2017. The sign expresses Bernhardt's antipathy for the sitting president and wish for a better future. Protest signs have played a pivotal role in activism and online media in the aftermath of the recent election. Bernhardt's artwork commemorates this moment and the impressive creative force behind it.
D4D at NADA & THE INDEPENDENT
Downtown for Democracy participated in the NADA & Independent Art Fairs, showcasing a site-specific installation that featured original artworks, limited editions and merchandise by Katherine Bernhardt, Mel Bochner, Cecily Brown, Jonathan Horowitz, Marlene McCarty, Marilyn Minter, Arlene Schechet & Stanley Whitney.
For those that couldn't make it in person, the Editions are still available online.