“Banshee”, 6.12.10

an exhibition curated by Anna Cerniglia
Opening: Saturday, June 12, 7-10pm
June 12-19, 2010

Caitlin Arnold, Bridget, 2008
Image courtesy of Caitlin Arnold





Banshee is a group exhibition exploring the subject of adolescent women. In Irish mythology, the Banshee is a female spirit viewed as an omen of death that appears as either a hideous, old hag or an enchanting, young woman. This showcase of photography captures the status of the contemporary American girl. Anna Cerniglia of Johalla Projects has organized this exhibition with the intention of taking this group of photographs to be shown by our affiliates in Rome. With the popularity of imagery of young females in contemporary photography, we hope to shine a light on some Chicagoans who have been portraying this intriguing theme.



Featuring work by:


Caitlin Arnold
Aron Gent
Maureen Peabody
Daniel Shea
Greg Stimac




For more details about our upcoming events, please contact: johallaprojects@gmail.com

Johalla Projects
1561 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2nd floor
Chicago, IL 60622
www.johallaprojects.com

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About johallaprojects

Johalla Projects was established in the fall of 2009 by Anna Cerniglia as a venue for emerging and mid-career artists. Located in Chicago's West Town neighborhood, Johalla Projects is a collective space collaborating with artists, writers, and curators. In addition to presenting exhibitions in its gallery space, Johalla works to organize and execute public art projects in neighborhoods across the city of Chicago. Every exhibition and project undergoes a thoughtful selection process, assuring that each show presented by Johalla Projects is comprised of the finest contemporary work.

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