Martha Rosler: Below the Surface

Martha Rosler—artist, feminist, political activist, and theorist—continuously takes aim at the intertwined structures and strictures of social concerns such as gender norms, labor issues, consumer culture, and urban development—and everything that falls by the wayside.
, 'Vanitas,' 2004, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Vanitas, 2004

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Photo Op,' 2004, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Photo Op, 2004

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Red Stripe Kitchen,' 1967-1972, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Red Stripe Kitchen, 1967-1972

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Cleaning the Drapes,' 1967-1972, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Cleaning the Drapes, 1967-1972

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Back Garden,' 2004, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Back Garden, 2004

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Balloons,' 1967-1972, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Balloons, 1967-1972

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Makeup/Hands Up,' 1967-1972, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Makeup/Hands Up, 1967-1972

Seattle Art Museum

, 'First Lady (Pat Nixon),' 1967-1972, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

First Lady (Pat Nixon), 1967-1972

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Election (Lynndie) ,' 2004, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Election (Lynndie) , 2004

Seattle Art Museum

, 'Hooded Captives,' 2004, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

Hooded Captives, 2004

Seattle Art Museum

, 'House Beautiful: Giacometti,' 1967-1972, Seattle Art Museum

Martha Rosler

House Beautiful: Giacometti, 1967-1972

Seattle Art Museum