Art4Equality

Art4Equality is an initiative launched in 2019 by artist and curator Indira Cesarine, founder of The Untitled Space gallery and The Untitled Magazine. Since launching The Untitled Space in 2015, Cesarine has curated over 35 feminist themed exhibitions emphasizing women artists and has exhibited artwork by more than 300 female identifying artists. She launched Art4Equality in November 2019 in order to expand her activism with regards to gender equality to larger scale national and international projects, high profile art fairs and public art that can have greater impact and visibility.

Art4Equality is a sponsored initiative of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit 501(c)(3) arts service organization. Tax deductible donations are accepted online.

“I hope that you will join me in supporting Art4Equality and that together we can make a difference for future generations of women.”  – Indira Cesarine

Art4Equality’s founder, Indira Cesarine, has become known for her empowering feminist exhibitions and artwork. Cesarine’s work as a curator includes solo shows for artists including Sarah Maple, Rebecca Leveille, Alison Jackson, Fahren Feingold, Jeanette Hayes, and Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface. Notable group shows include “EDEN” (2019) and “(HOTEL) XX” (2018) at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, “EXPOSED” featuring the works of pioneering feminists Grace Graupe-Pillard and Robin Tewes, “SHE INSPIRES,” a group show of 60 artists exhibiting works honoring inspirational women, “IRL: Investigating Reality,” and internationally-celebrated group shows “UPRISE/ANGRY WOMEN” and “ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE” responding to the political climate in America, as well as numerous other critically-acclaimed exhibitions.

Press on her exhibitions includes Vogue (US), Vogue Italia, Forbes, Newsweek, CNN, W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Teen Vogue, New York Magazine, i-D Magazine, Dazed and Confused, and The Huffington Post among many others.

Over the years she has supported a number of non-profits including the ERA Coalition, Women’s Fund For Equality, She Should Run, the Coalition for the Homeless, and The Watermill Center Foundation among many others, raising funds for their causes via exhibtions, benefit art auctions, as well as a number of other fundraising initiatives.  She is looking forward to bringing her experience in art curatorial, fundraising, and activism towards the mission of Art4Equality.

We are excited about introducing you to Art4Equality and are looking forward to making a difference. Thank you for your support!