Exhibitions

23 de septiembre/Día de solidaridad mundial con la lucha del pueblo de puerto rico | September 23/Day of World Solidarity with the Struggle of the People of Puerto Rico, offset print on cane paper, 27”x19”, published by Organization of Solidarity with the People of Africa, Asia and Latin America, OSPAAAL, Havana, 1972

OCTOBER 4, 2018—JANUARY 6, 2019

Tricontinental ’66 and Other Acts of Liberation
Stony Island Arts Bank
6760 S Stony Island Ave.
Chicago, IL 60649

Exhibition of posters from OSPAAAL (Organization of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa and Latin America) with companion events.

 

Poor People’s Campaign/A New and Unsettling Force, screenprint, 2017

June 8–July 5, 2018

Poor People’s Campaigns: 1968 and 2018
Uri-Eichen Gallery
2101 South Halstead Street
Chicago, IL 60608

Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is building a broad and deep national movement–rooted in the leadership of poor people–to unite from the bottom up in a Campaign that can bring forth a moral revolution of values to achieve equality and justice for all people.

When poor people take action together they will do so with a freedom and power that will be a new and unsettling force.
–Martin Luther King, 1967

 

April 27–June 16, 2018

Culture Catalyst: An exhibition celebrating the art and legacy of the Neighborhood Arts Program
401 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Curated by Kevin B. Chen and Jaime Cortez

Culture Catalyst features posters from the SF Arts Commission Neighborhood Arts Program Print & Design shop, late 1960s to 1980. Twenty color mimeograph posters designed and printed by Jane Norling while on Print & Design staff, mid-1970s. Exhibition includes separate poster wall by Print & Design innovator Joe Ramos.

 

JANUARY 6 & 7, 2018

Studio Sale to benefit Puerto Rico
Jane Norling Studio
3298 Lakeshore Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610

Abstract landscape painting, vintage & currrent political posters, photo-based digital constructions printed on paper & aluminum, drawings.

 

October 14 March & Rally Against the War, San Francisco, 1972

DECEMBER 2, 2017–JANUARY 28, 2018

Get With the Action: Political Posters from the 1960s to Now
SFMOMA
151 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Get With the Action presents the political poster as a powerful tool for organizing and activating communities in response to some of the most pressing issues over the past 50 years, from the Civil Rights and Anti-War movements to social justice, immigration, environmental causes, and more.

 

La Leche Materna Es La Mejor/Mother’s Milk Is Best

NOVEMBER 2017–CONTINUING

Visualize Health Equity
Permanent Online Gallery
National Academy of Medicine

This digital gallery illustrates the multifaceted meanings of "health equity." View Jane Norling's poster and statement.


Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination

APRIL 28 –JULY 30, 2017

Warsaw Poster Museum
Warsaw, Poland

SEPTEMBER 26–OCTOBER 29, 2016

Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Boston, MA  02115

Women's Rights Are Human Rights features posters which celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that all citizens should play in protecting and promoting human and women's rights. Elizabeth Resnick, originator and curator.

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SEPTEMBER 14–OCTOBER 8, 2017

Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination
Archeworks
625 North Kingsbury Street
Chicago, IL 60654

60 posters of 100-poster international traveling exhibition, curated by Elizabeth Resnick. Presented in Chicago by the National Public Housing Museum and ART WORKS Projects.

 

Trouble Bridge, collage on painting, 45”x80,” 2017

JUNE 29–JULY 30, 2017

Continuous Span: New Works from The Bridge Program
Hyde Park Art Center
5020 South Cornell Avenue
Chicago, IL 60615

Continuous Span features recent work developed by artists in the spring 2017 session of The Bridge Program at Hyde Park Art Center. Artists include: Jory Drew, Juan Guzman, Zachary Jesse, Janis Kanter, Micaela Krol, Grant Newman, Jane Norling, Pooja Pittie, and Toya Simmons. Curated by Jim Dempsey and Tessa Harrelson.

 

Fight to End Violence Against Women, poster, 9”x13,” digital print multiple, January 2017

 JUNE 1–OCTOBER 29, 2017

Take Back the Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up
Interference Archive
314 7th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Take Back the Fight focuses on organized responses to gender and sexual violence, highlighting the ways individuals and communities have developed creative and powerful grassroots and non-institutional justice and healing practices.


January 21, 2017

January 21, 2017 Women’s Marches

Update of Jane Norling 1978 color mimeo poster-painting based on photo of Inez Garcia. Recreated in digital form for January 21 Women’s Marches against unqualified new US administration.

 

Yuri Presente, Miranda Bergman/Jane Norling, 7’x11’, paint, paper, photography, digital print, styrofoam, wood, pen, pencil, ribbon, 2010-2017 (Nancy Hom mandala, Pallavi Sharma wall)

MAY 4–25, 2017

Shifting Movements: Art Inspired by the Life & Activism of Yuri Kochiyama
SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Shifting Movements is a multimedia exhibition featuring over 40 artists illuminating the legacy of intersectional revolutionary social activist Yuri Kochiyama. Curated by Asian American Women Artists Association.

 
 

NOVEMBER 2016–PERMANENT

Alameda County Water
Alameda County Arts Commission
1111 Jackson Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Six-part digital ceramic printed glass installation, permanent, 2016. Social services building open to the public during weekday office hours.

 

 

23 de septiembre/Día de solidaridad mundial con la lucha del pueblo de puerto rico | September 23/Day of World Solidarity with the Struggle of the People of Puerto Rico, offset print on cane paper, 27”x19”, published by Organization of Solidarity with the People of Africa, Asia and Latin America, OSPAAAL, Havana, 1972

SEPTEMBER 16–NOVEMBER 22, 2015

Armed by Design/El Diseño a las Armas
Interference Archive
314 7th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Armed By Design/El Diseño a las Armas highlights the intersection of graphic design and political solidarity work in post-revolution Cuba through the lens of OSPAAAL’s output.

 

Me, MyPhone, MyBaby, And, acrylic paint, screenprint on tyvek, drone, 90”x48”x16”

MAY 21–JUNE 7, 2015

Bearing Witness: Surveillance in the Drone Age
SF International Arts Festival
Fort Mason
Bldg D Fleet Room
2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94123