Pablo Mason: My Sister’s Voice


November 1, 2014–February 8, 2015

In Groves Auditorium

Forty large-scale black and white photographs present portraits of a culturally diverse, international and local group of women who demonstrate how deeply women participate in society at all levels. These women range in age from 18 to 92, showcasing the courage, wisdom and value of women of all ages in our society and global discourse. For the good of our shared humanity, the health of our culture, for society at large, and our ability to meet future challenges, this exhibition asks us to work together in dismantling artificially built barriers between the genders and thereby safeguarding the continuity of our collective history. Accompanying these photographs are three-minute video documentaries for each woman that tells their story with courage and dignity. This collaborative exhibition was conceptualized by Alexis Dixon and photographed by Pablo Mason.

Supported by CCS: Center for Community Solutions.

Companion book: My Sister's Voice

Jan Phillips

Fary Moini

Inocente Izucar

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