Dana Hoey Photography Co-chair
Dana Hoey is a feminist artist working in photography, video and social practice. She is represented by Petzel Gallery, NY, and recently exhibited "Five Rings" at the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art, which featured self defense for Police Athletic League girls. Her next show, “Dana Hoey Presents”, will be at Petzel summer 2019 and will include the work of Marcela Torres and a ladies fight night. Three books are available on her work, “The Phantom Sex” with essay by Johanna Burton, “Experiments in Primitive Living”, with essay by Maurice Berger, and “Profane Waste” in collaboration with the writer Gretchen Rubin. Her persistent interests are conflict and the possibility of political art. She enjoys working with artists of all genres.