The fall 2016 issue of Women in the Arts features:
- Contemporary painting and sculpture on view in NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection
- Pop-up artist’s books by Colette Fu
- Still life painting by seventeenth-century painter Clara Peeters
- Spotlights on NMWA’s new Board President and the Shenson Chamber Music Concert Series
Broad Strokes Blog
Contemporary large-scale paintings and sculptural hybrids are on view in NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection. The exhibition imagines a visual conversation between 37 women artists from 15 countries exploring images of the female body and the physical process of making. Yayoi Kusama, Jennifer Guidi, and Anicka Yi construct contemplative works that invite viewers’ sustained attention.