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Elizabeth A.Sackler Center for Feminist Art

Will Holub

Old Lyme, CT
U.S.A.

Will Holub is an American visual artist. His studio practice includes painting, collage, photography and digital media projects. He lived in New York City for 17 years (1975-92) and Santa Fe, NM for 14 (1992-2006). Will currently lives and works in the Mystic region of southeastern Connecticut.

Feminist Artist Statement

Back in the 1970s, after the violent struggles of the Civil Rights movement and during the exhilarating early years of Gay Liberation, it never occurred to me that I wasn’t already a Feminist. Today we are facing the erosion of many hard-won advances and the ever-widening gulf between the privileged elites and the underpaid or unemployed masses. Aren’t we all Feminists now?

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Enid Bennett

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Enid Bennett

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Faye Emerson

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Virginia Field

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Betty Furness

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Marilyn Maxwell

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Anna Nilsson

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

Claire Trevor

Will Holub’s “PROOF OF HEAVEN: Women of the Golden Age,” is a series of oil paintings based on vintage black and white publicity stills produced during the Hollywood studio-system era. Technically the works are painterly enhancements of what was already manipulated source material and therefore describe the antecedents of the virtual images that so many people today alter and tweak in the service of their own digital self-productions.

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