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The #femartpwr auction aims to raise funds for COHI's 2016 programs in Sierra Leone, Syria Leone, Nepal, Haiti, and the U.S./Texas border. Feminist and women's health-inspired pieces are being generously donated to COHI.

When

Each auction will run from 8–5PM EST.

 

How

Each piece will have open bidding for 90 minutes after its posting, the bids will be monitored in the comments section on Instagram.

Auction Items

Xaurima

Artist: Alicia Smith

Details: 19"x13", photo of relief print, muslin, corn husk and silk (2016)

@aliciadelaspaismaravillas
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BID STARTING AT $50. Alicia Smith is a current MFA Fine Arts Candidate of SVA's MFA Fine Art department whose work focuses on the often forgotten history of the Aztec/Mexican natives whose story can often provide insight into the social and political issues surrounding Native American's today. Xaurima is a name given to Wixaritari baby girls who are born when the corn is ready to harvest.

Gaze in Your Omphalos No.1

Artist: Hanna Washburn

Details: 8"x10", ink on photograph (2015)

@hannawashburn
www.hannawashburn.com
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BID STARTING AT $50. Hanna Washburn is a current MFA Fine Arts Candidate of SVA's MFA Fine Art department whose self-portraits are obscured and enhanced by drawings that abstract the physcial female body. In her work, Gaze she fuses photographic perspective with subjective, artistic rendering.

Iceland

Artist: Alexis Stember Coulter

Details: ​11" x 14" professional fine art print on Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper with Lustre Coating. Archival value of 100 years.

@afamilygrowsinbrooklyn
www.afamilygrowsinbrooklyn.us/family/
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BID STARTING AT $50. Alexis Stemper Coulter is a wife, mother, and artist living in Brooklyn, NY. She loves nothing more than spending time with families and capturing the wonderful everyday moments in life that pass all too quickly.

Whale Bay, Antarctica No. 3

Artist: Zaria Forman

Details: ​15"x15", Limited edition digital print, 2016

@zarialynn
www.zariaforman.com
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BID STARTING AT $100. Zaria Forman is an established contempoary Brooklyn-based artist whose gorgeous soft pastel drawings address the pressing issues of climate change. Documenting our world's melting glaciers and rising shorelines, Zaria's drawings focus on the beauty we stand to lose.

(Clown): #302-Uptown Clown

Artist: Rina Dweck

Details: 12”x 12”, vinyl print on box frame (2016)

@projectface
www.rinadweck.com
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re-PRODUCTION

Artist: Melanie Reese

Details: 21.5"x18", limited edition digital print (2016)

@melaniereese
www.melreese.com
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Melanie Reese is a 2017 MFA Candidate of SVA's MFA Fine Art department whose paintings explore the complex and and layered history from which our present understanding of women's rights were built. re-PRODUCTION addresses the historical oppression of women and their bodies as baby making machines for the profit of Capitalist societies.

re-PRODUCTION

Artist: Melanie Reese

Details: 21.5"x18", limited edition digital print (2016)

@melaniereese
www.melreese.com
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Melanie Reese is a 2017 MFA Candidate of SVA's MFA Fine Art department whose paintings explore the complex and and layered history from which our present understanding of women's rights were built. re-PRODUCTION addresses the historical oppression of women and their bodies as baby making machines for the profit of Capitalist societies.

Xaurima

Artist: Alicia Smith

Details: 19"x13", photo of relief print, muslin, corn husk and silk (2016)

Alicia Smith is a current MFA Fine Arts Candidate of SVA's MFA Fine Art department whose work focuses on the often forgotten history of the Aztec/Mexican natives whose story can often provide insight into the social and political issues surrounding Native American's today. Xaurima is a name given to Wixaritari baby girls who are born when the corn is ready to harvest.

Gaze in Your Omphalos No.2

Artist: Hanna Washburn

Details: 8"x10", ink on photograph (2015)

Hanna Washburn is a current MFA Fine Arts Candidate of SVA's MFA Fine Art department whose work addresses the internal female body in conversation with the external form.

(Big lips): #198-Mid Season Crisis

Details: 12"x12", vinyl print on box frame (2016)

Iceland

Artist: Alexis Stember Coulter

Details: 11x14 print (2015)