"This book is a photographic record of the 2017 and 2018 Women’s March held in Denver, Colorado as a rebuke and resistance to the election of Donald J. Trump. I attended the first March with a number of friends from my mountain community and the 2018 March with my niece and her young daughter; 3 generations of women making our voices heard. My favorite group chant was 'We need a leader, not a creepy tweeter.' The book is thirteen pages of full-bleed photographs digitally printed on cover paper and two pages of Canson Mi-tientes letterpress printed in white ink. The cover is binders board die cut with a window filled with a pink fake fur “pussy hat” and with a linen bookcloth spine. The front and back cover are foil-stamped." - Gail Watson
Gail Watson (self-published)
Politics, government, feminism
8.125 x 8.125 inches
Book board, book cloth, paper, digital ink, fake fur
Full-bleed photographs digitally printed on cover paper and two pages of Canson Mi-tientes letterpress printed in white ink
Watson, Gail, "Women March" (2020). Rollins College Book Arts Collection. 30.
This work was featured in the Cornell Fine Arts Museum as a part of the exhibition “Common Ground: Selected Works from The Rollins Book Arts Collection” from September 18, 2021 – December 31, 2021.