46, XX, a celebration of the female impulse in Contemporary American Art, was debuted at Na Solyanke Art Gallery in Moscow's Red Square, where it drew record audiences and overwhelming media attention. Curated by Oksana Salamatina, Director of the Salamatina Gallery, the show became the focal point for the gallery’s opening in Manhasset, New York on June 25, 2009.
Featured was the work of the famous Hyper-Realist sculptor, Carole Feuerman, whose sensuous nudes, swimmers and bathers, capture the very essence of beauty and tranquility. On view was a broad selection of Feuerman’s water-drenched figures from all periods of her career, along with her more recent and highly tactile explorations in bronze.
46, XX also presented the work of collage artist, India Evans, in addition to silicone portraits and flashe-paintings by Christy Singleton, and uniquely textured paintings on fabric by Lisa Wade.