There is a movement taking place about all the Nasty Women out there. Part of Helmuth Projects, The Nasty Women Art Exhibition will be taking place from January 21 to January 28, 2017 in San Diego. It all sparked from the infamous phrase “such a nasty woman”, spoken by Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton in a nationally broadcasted presidential debate.
Since that moment, the idea of being a nasty woman packed a punch for those who felt women’s rights, individual rights, and abortion rights were threatened.
This art exhibition was thus created, with a powerful force behind it. It opened up first in New York, and was wildly successful. The art exhibit will represent solidarity among women who feel strongly about being a Nasty Woman when circumstances call for it.
Art will be on sale ranging from $30 to $300, where proceeds will be used to support organizations that defend rights for women, one big name is Planned Parenthood.
This isn’t just another art show. In their opening night, the Nasty Women Art Show in New York raised a staggering $35,000 for Planned Parenthood.
Pamela has a 3D piece on exhibit and for sale, shown here. If you’re feeling curious or want to help, stop by this Saturday through next Saturday. These artists will show you how powerful and unstoppable nasty women really are!
Nasty Women Art Show San Diego
1827 5th Avenue, San Diego, California, 92101
Opening Reception: January 21, 2:00pm- 8:00pm