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Close-up detail of a larger artwork features a view of two felt houses. On the viewer's right is an orange house that is out-of-focus while on the left is a blue house that is in-focus and has visible stitches, coarse texture, and rectangular windows. Close-up detail of a larger artwork features a view of two felt houses. On the viewer's right is an orange house that is out-of-focus while on the left is a blue house that is in-focus and has visible stitches, coarse texture, and rectangular windows.
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NMWA Assistant Curator Orin Zahra examines photographer Rania Matar’s “SHE” series, from which three photographs are now part of the museum’s collection.
View of the museum from outside showing the Neoclassical building from one corner. The building is a tan-colored stone with an arched doorway, long vertical windows, and detailed molding around the roof.
Rania Matar, Lea #1, Beirut, Lebanon, from the series “SHE,” 2019; Archival pigment print, 37 x 44 in.; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Museum Purchase: Funds provided by the Heather and Robert Keane Family Foundation; © Rania Matar