The fall 2019 issue of Women in the Arts features:
- The newest body of work by celebrated feminist artist Judy Chicago, The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction
- Live Dangerously, which features contemporary photography
- Women Artists of the Dutch Golden Age, presenting artists who excelled in that era of unprecedented growth
- Updates about the museum’s building assessment, plus more programs, news, and art on view
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Posted: Oct 15, 2019 in Artist SpotlightJanaina Tschäpe began her “100 Little Deaths” series in 1996 as an exploration of landscape, transmutation, and death. Each self-portrait depicts the artist sprawled face down in different environments around the world, often with limbs akimbo.
Posted: Nov 13, 2019 in NMWA ExhibitionsThe lives and works of women artists of the Dutch Golden Age reveal connections between artists, patrons, and the subject matter of the natural world. The Dutch took pleasure in the wonders of nature—from flowers to food—and this is evident in the profusion of still-life paintings executed during the era.
Posted: Sep 25, 2019 in NMWA ExhibitionsIn Judy Chicago’s newest body of work, she draws on Swiss-born psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s five stages of grief. She represents these stages of grief and simultaneously reckons with her own mortality.