This Chelsea Visual Art Exhibit Offers A Unique Display Of Femininity

Visual artist Portia Munson's new exhibit is one that may contrast to your average contemporary art exhibit. "The Garden" is currently on display at PPOW Gallery in Chelsea, and highlights a feminist’s perspective on our ever-changing environments and the fleeting nature of time.

While one room has detailed and vibrant quilts that drape the ceilings, another is filled with elaborate, painted dolls. Munson's exhibit combines her work from the 1990s to work from today, providing a unique commentary on how femininity is portrayed in society, presenting itself as a visually stimulating garden of girly delights.

Check out the exhibit page gallery for more info on the The Garden or Munson. Be sure to check it out now while you can, it’s only up and running until February 11th!

Emily O'Hanlon

Emily O'Hanlon

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Emily is a Long Island Native, with close ties to Queens and Brooklyn. She loves playing the ukulele, traveling to interesting cities, experimenting with different cuisines, and petting as many dogs as possible.

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