Statistics from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery as reported by Canadian Art (Summer 2015)
The striped jean fabric represents the portion of white men artists exhibited, the ‘Lonely Cowgirl’ represents the portion of white women exhibited by the BAG, the green fabric represents the portion of non-white (what an terrible term, “Non-White”…) male artists exhibited, and the NONEXISTENT demographic is the “non-white” women…
Ready to sew the legend on at the right.
sew, sew, sew…
Cleaning up the treads on the back.
The finished piece (except for the citation).
Here I have embroidered the APA formated citation at the bottom of the work. Statistics are quoted from an april 2015 article that appeared in Canadian Art Magazine on line.
Authors Alison Cooley, Amy Luo and Caoimhe Morgan-Feir
“Canadian Galleries Fall Short: The Not So Great White North”
Ready to go.
These statistics regarding the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s exhibition record were published by Canadian Art Magazine April 21, 2015. The article is titled Canada’s Galleries Fall Short: The Not-So Great White North by Alison Cooley, Amy Luo and Caoimhe Morgan-Feir.