Film Series: Contemporary Women Artists from Art21 (Part 2)

In this three-part film series, learn about 13 contemporary women artists whose work is on view at NMWA. This series features artist segments from Art21’s productions including the Peabody Award-winning PBS television series Art in the Twenty-First Century.

Today’s screening includes short films about Kimsooja, Barbara Kruger, Sally Mann, and Zanele Muholi.

SERIES SCHEDULE:

This series is part of our monthly Free Community Day.

This screening is shown in conjunction with special exhibition More is More: Multiples

ACCESSIBILITY:

Transcripts available upon request. 

RESERVATIONS:

Free. Reservations not required. First come, first served seating. Performance Hall opens for seating at 2 p.m.


Art21 is a celebrated global leader in presenting quality, thought-provoking content about contemporary art, and the go-to place to learn first-hand from the artists of our time. A nonprofit organization, Art21’s mission is to inspire a more creative world through the works and words of contemporary artists.

Credit line: Art21, founded 1997
Kimsooja: “Systems,” 2009
Barbara Kruger: “Consumption, ” 2001
Sally Mann: “Place,” 2001
Zanele Muholi: “Johannesburg,” 2018
From Art21’s Art in the Twenty-First Century series
Video; color, sound

National Museum of Women in the Arts