Beginning Friday, November 4 and continuing through April 2, 2017, artist Marilyn Minter’sexhibit Pretty/Dirty– a retrospective examining some of our deepest cultural impulses, compulsions, and fantasies– will be display at the Brooklyn Museum for the final leg of its national tour.
Featuring more than forty-five paintings, three videos, and over a dozen photographs made between 1969 and 2015, Pretty/Dirty explores the evolution of Marilyn Minter’s style and technique. The Brooklyn Museum is the final venue for this touring exhibition.
This Thursday, November 10, at 7:00pm, artist Marilyn Minter will be at the Brooklyn Museum to lead a 10-minute Q&A with a group of her inspirations, collaborators, and creative comrades. Over the course of two hours, Minter will moderate a rapid-fire discussion, exploring topics as diverse as sexual imagery, social activism, male feminism, fashion, and contemporary painting.
Sarah Nicole Prickett, founder of Adult Magazine
Johanna Fateman, writer and post-punk musician (Le Tigre)
Richard Hell, writer, poet and punk pioneer
Lorna Simpson, artist
Ryan McGinley, photographer
Jayson Musson, artist
Mary Heilmann, painter
Shea Spencer, agent and owner of Artists Commission
Abigail DeAtley, Director of Development at Planned Parenthood of New York City