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Harmony Hammond, Carrie Moyer, and Joan Semmel

Carrie Moyer, Harmony Hammond, and Joan Semmel are included in the group exhibition, Making Their Mark: Works from the Shah Garg Collection at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA), Berkeley. 

The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA)'s press release follows:

Making Their Mark brings together over seventy artworks from the Shah Garg Collection, which is committed to amplifying the voices and visions of women artists. The exhibition is the first public presentation of this important collection, which premiered in New York in 2023. Making Their Mark juxtaposes contemporary practices with pathbreaking historical works to illuminate transgenerational affinities, influences, and methodologies among artists from the postwar era to the present. Featuring a wide spectrum of artworks spanning almost eight decades, the exhibition emphasizes dialogues between artists who circumvent and break through conventions in artmaking, embracing craft techniques, uncommon supports, and alternative materials. Accompanied by a major publication produced in advance of this exhibition, Making Their Mark assembles significant examples by artists whose works go beyond prescribed definitions of artmaking established within a historically patriarchal field.

The BAMPFA presentation of Making Their Mark: Works from the Shah Garg Collection is curated by Cecilia Alemani, Donald R. Mullen Junior Director and Chief Curator of High Line Art and Margot Norton, BAMPFA Chief Curator.