In the News

  • Aug 13 2014

    Museum to showcase the works of Meret Oppenheim

    The Washington Post—The German-born Swiss surrealist Meret Oppenheim may be best known for one of the most realized objects of the movement...
  • Jul 23 2014

    Meret Oppenheim’s Magical Tables and Teacups

    Jewish Daily Forward—Although it stands still, Meret Oppenheim’s “Table with Bird’s Feet” (1983) brims with kinetic energy.
  • Jul 18 2014

    Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea

    Wall Street International Magazine—Appearing throughout the entire world, her image is immediately recognizable.
  • Jun 27 2014

    WETA Arts 207

    WETA Arts—This full episode features pioneering works of contemporary video at the National Museum of Women in the Arts and other local arts in Washington, D.C.
  • Jun 21 2014

    ‘Total Art’: A new vision of videos at NMWA exhibition

    The Washington Post—Kathryn Wat was never a huge fan of video art exhibits, until she was asked to curate one.
  • Jun 13 2014

    Total Art: Contemporary Video

    Washington City Paper—Alex Prager’s “La Petite Mort,” a 2012 video artwork now on view at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, combines the flair of Mad Men with the dread of an Alfred Hitchcock flick.

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