Comfort Women Wanted

Wood Street Galleries   The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust   412-456-6666
November 1, 2013 - December 1, 2013   Ticket Prices: Free and open to the public

Comfort Women Wanted
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

Wood Street Galleries, third floor

The exhibition opening event (November 1, 5:30–8 p.m.) features an artist talk with Korean-born, New York-based visual artist Chang-Jin Lee.

Lee’s exhibition Comfort Women Wanted exposes the fates of nearly 200,000 young women who were exploited as sex slaves by the Imperial Japanese Army in Asia during World War II. The artist uses the remembrance of these “comfort women”—some of whom are still alive today—to increase awareness of sexual violence against women during wartime.

http://www.changjinlee.net/cww/index.html

Venue Details

Wood Street Galleries
601 Wood St. | Pittsburgh, PA | Directions

Gallery Hours:
Wednesday, Thursday: 11am-6pm
Friday, Saturday: 11am-8pm
Sunday: 11am-5pm

Accessible Services

For personal assistance selecting accessible seats or for more information about accessibility for a person with a disability, please contact Customer Service at 412-456-6666
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