SIGHT unSEEN vol.2, June 25, 2011

Guest Curator Gallery Tour Featuring Women Artists Exhibiting in Chelsea.

Saturday June 25th, 2-4pm

Tour starts promptly at 2:00pm at

Postmasters Gallery, 449 W 19th Street

Led by artist and curator Jennifer Wroblewski.

Featuring gallery talks by Martin Aguilera of Cheim & Read and Monica Bock of SOHO20 Chelsea.

Join SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery and curator Jennifer Wroblewski for SIGHT unSEEN vol.2, the second in an ongoing series of gallery tours through the Chelsea arts district of New York City. SIGHT unSEEN encourages the examination and discussion of art by women and hopes to share with the public the myriad of provocative, inquisitive, and engaging works by women artists. This month’s tour will feature works by Sally Smart, Jessica Rohrer, and Louise Bourgeois.

Jennifer Wroblewski, born California, 1973, is a visual artist, curator, and professor. Her work consists of monumentally scaled drawing and drawing installation projects which explore the relationship of the expressive mark to written language, the relationship between performance and product, and historical aspects of drawing technique and language.

Wroblewski’s curatorial interests include the relationship between motherhood and art-making and the ways in which artists navigate this fraught terrain.
Her drawings and curatorial project were included in the feminist art survey The M Word: Real Mothers in Contemporary Art. In 2009/2010, she curated the exhibition Mother/mother-* at A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn.
This tour is FREE and open to the public!

The tour will commence at 2pm at Postmasters Gallery, and  culminate at SOHO20 Chelsea just before 4pm for a reception with light refreshments and a brief talk by artist Monica Bock.

Other galleries featured in the tour include Cheim and Reid and P.P.O.W.

To RSVP and receive a complete list of galleries and addresses please email the gallery at or call 212.367.8994

SOHO20 Chelsea is a 501(c)(3) organization that has been promoting the work of women artists through exhibitions and public events since 1973.



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