The WHOAS of Female Tragedy
Friday, September 7 2012, 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Jaimie Warren’s exhibition, The WHOAS of Female Tragedy, is a history of ten years of self-portraits by the artist, as well as a new series of photographs that are recreations of photo-shopped collages of art historical paintings and visual pairings of pop culture icons created by anonymous users found on the internet.Warren collaborated with artist Lee Heinemann who created custom makeup, props and masks.
Warren is a curator, performance artist, photographer, and co-creator/co-director of the faux public access television show “Whoop Dee Doo.” She lives and works in Kansas City, MO, and has exhibited at White Flag Projects, St. Louis; Smith-Stewart, New York; The Atlanta Center for Contemporary Art, Atlanta; Max Wigram, London; Showroom for Media and Moving Art, Rotterdam, NL, Getsumin, Osaka; Colette, Paris, Higher Pictures, New York, NY, among others. Her photography has been published in dozens of national and international publications.
The WHOAS of Female Tragedy will be on exhibit through Oct. 27. There will be an artist lecture on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 1 p.m.