Ellen Lesperance

Current Exhibitions

Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon

New Museum

235 Bowery

New York, NY 10002

9.27.17 - 01.21.18


The Subjects

Crumpacker Family Library

Portland Art Museum

1219 SW Park Avenue

Portland, OR 97205

08.09.17 - 10.31.17

W.I.T.C.H. 1985

Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art, Fourth Floor, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

08.09.17 - 11.05.17

News And More Information

Adams and Ollman Gallery

I am represented by Adams and Ollman Gallery, located in Portland, Oregon. Please contact Amy Adams for inquiries.

Peace Camps, a novel

Peace Camps, my new, 130-page novel was illustrated by artist Jeffry Mitchell and printed as a signed and numbered, limited edition of 250 by Container Corps, Portland, Oregon. Available below (scroll down):

frieze issue 189

The September issue of "frieze" is out. In it, Jennifer Kabat reflects on how my work transmits messages of protest through the art of knitting. 

Congratulations and Celebrations

@congratulationsandcelebrations (Instagram) is a mail art project that asks participants to consider what it means to engage in an act of courage, and then emboldens that act by loaning out a power object LABRYS SWEATER to wear for its performance. Over 100 people have checked out the garment and submitted photographs of themselves acting courageously amidst a climate of marked social and political unrest. Please consider participating yourself!

Exhibition A

I have a new 24" x 17" archival pigment print available through Exhibition A: Land of Feminye. It is printed in an edition of 50 and available now.


Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon is reviewed in the New York Times

"When It Comes to Gender, Let Confusion Reign," by Holland Cotter, September 28, 2017

Peace Camps

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130 page, soft cover novel with illustrations by Jeffry Mitchell, printed by Container Corps, Portland, Oregon in a signed and numbered, limited edition of 250. Available now.

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Thanks, Ellen Lesperance