• Farah Al Qasimi: It’s Not Easy Being Seen 3, 2016; archival inkjet print; 47 1/4 × 37 13/16 in.; courtesy the artist; The Third Line, Dubai; and Helena Anrather.

  • Favianna Rodriguez: Release What Doesn’t Serve Me, 2019; courtesy the artist. Photo: Tony Molatore.

Opening Day: Free Gallery Admission

Free admission to the public

Celebrate the opening of New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century with free admission to the public on Saturday, August 28, from 11 AM to 7 PM.

A major survey exploring recent feminist practices in contemporary art, this landmark exhibition includes objects and installations that span mediums, geographies, and political sensibilities to convey the heterogeneous, intergenerational, and gender-fluid nature of feminist art today. With nearly 150 artworks by more than seventy-five artists and collectives, New Time occupies close to half of BAMPFA’s 25,000 square feet of exhibition space, unfolding across spaces throughout the museum, including a program of film and video screenings and a site-specific commission for the Art Wall.