Reconceiving feminism in exquisite Exeter, N.H.

  Digital photograph by Ella Cooper, in the show "Representing Feminism(s),'' at the Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy through April 21.  The gallery says: "This exhibition is an exploration of the nature, utility, and meaning of feminism by over 30 contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums. The intent  was "to consider how feminism can be represented and, when necessary, reconceived."   xxx  Exeter is a gorgeous town with a deep pre-Revolutionary War history and close to the vast and beautiful marshes and rocky coast of New Hampshire's small seacoast.   

Digital photograph by Ella Cooper, in the show "Representing Feminism(s),'' at the Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy through April 21.

The gallery says: "This exhibition is an exploration of the nature, utility, and meaning of feminism by over 30 contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums. The intent  was "to consider how feminism can be represented and, when necessary, reconceived."

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Exeter is a gorgeous town with a deep pre-Revolutionary War history and close to the vast and beautiful marshes and rocky coast of New Hampshire's small seacoast.

 

  Water Street in downtown Exeter.    -- Photo by  Rglowacky1      

Water Street in downtown Exeter.

-- Photo by Rglowacky1 

 

  Looking toward Great Bay at low tide.

Looking toward Great Bay at low tide.