For the past two decades, Carrie Moyer’s paintings have boldly merged political imagery, abstraction, and unapologetic visual pleasure. Complex and seductive, their references include color field, social realist, and surrealist painting; 1960s and ’70s counter-culture graphics; 1970s feminist art; and bodily forms and fluids. A painter, designer, and writer, Moyer has had solo shows at the Worcester Art Museum, CANADA, and the American University Museum, among others. She has also created agitprop for ACT UP, Queer Nation, and DYKE ACTION MACHINE! (DAM!), which she co-founded. Her writing appears in Art in America, Artforum, and Modern Painters.