She's a Knockout: Sport, Gender, and the Body in Contemporary Art

  • Visual arts
  • Miami
  • Fri, June 21 —
    Sat, September 14, 2024
She's a Knockout: Sport, Gender, and the Body in Contemporary Art

Explore resilience and women’s rights through athletic imagery by 11 global contemporary artists, featuring “Sol y Sombra” by Bianca Argimón on pioneering Spanish women bullfighters.

This exhibition features works by eleven contemporary artists from around the globe, exploring resilience, strength, labor, women’s rights, and queer aesthetics through athletic imagery. The selection queries preconceived notions of femininity with a range of conceptual approaches, from celebratory to critical.

A highlight is the documentary Sol y Sombra by Belgian artist Bianca Argimón, starring Cristina Sanchez and Raquel Martin, delving into Spanish bullfighting culture.

Artists featured in this exhibition curated by Caitlin Swindell are Bianca Argimón, Libby Black, Zoë Buckman, Monica Garza, Riikka Hyvonen, Sophie Kirchner, Eddie Lanieri, Hazel Meyer, Fay Sanders, Sheena Rose, and Kawita Vatanajyankur.


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Lowe Art Museum, 1301 Stanford Dr, Miami, FL 33146


Free, RSVP. Open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.

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Lowe Art Musuem



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