January-February 2013
New Art Center, Newton MA
co-curated with AJ Liberto
Curated by AJ Liberto & Kate True, Upsodown brings together the work of ten visual artists from throughout the South, West, and East Coasts: Seth Alverson, Nick Cave, Robert Colescott, Marcus Kenney, Eli Kessler, AJ Liberto, Clifford Owens, Joyce Pensato, Tara Sellios and Summer Wheat.

Robert Colescott’s etching Pontchartrain serves as a cornerstone of Upsodown. The monumental print was created in 1997, the year Colescott was selected as the first black artist to represent the US at the Venice Bienniale. As exemplified by Colescott’s work, the artists of Upsodown employ the forces of mayhem, humor, exaggeration, and compassion to subvert the dynamics of power. Subversion, however, is only the beginning of the carnival rites. Fed by laughter, a new order and beauty, unimaginable in previous schemes, emerges and flourishes.
Little Women
November 2006-January 2007
Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington MA
curated by Kate True
"Little Women: Contemporary Artists Envision Girls and Their Worlds" at the Arlington Center for the Arts features the work of nine women artists in ceramics, oils, photography and assemblage. "Little Women" examines how young girls have been portrayed in great works, how feminism has redefined their meaning in art, and what young women can symbolize. Featuring work by Adrianne Fernandez, Roxana Alger Geffen, Sydney Hardin, Pam Hart, Amy Hitchcock, Katy Schneider, Leslie Sills, Kate True and Marie Van Elder.