Urgent Museum Notice

Winter/Spring 2018 Magazine

Side-by-side composition of multiple magazine covers published by the museum. All covers have a featured image followed by the text, 'Women in the Arts.'

What’s Inside

The winter/spring 2018 issue of Women in the Arts features:

  • The exhibitions Women House, featuring art that examines and upends stereotypes about women and the home, and Hung Liu In Print, showcasing Liu’s layered prints
  • A neon sculpture by Yael Bartana new to the museum’s collection
  • El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project, a participatory installation and Fresh Talk Forum led by Mónica Mayer
  • Hard to Define, an exhibition from the Library and Research Center
  • A new design to reflect the museum’s new visual identity

Related Blog Post

Impress your friends with five fast facts about artist Hung Liu, whose work Winter Blossom (2011) is on view in NMWA’s newly reinstalled collection galleries.
A young woman with dark hair in two braids carries a male toddler on her back. This lithograph print uses reds, black and grays, and tan colors.
Hung Liu, Sisters, 2000; Lithograph with chine collé on paper, 22 x 29 3/4 in.; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Gift of the Harry and Lea Gudelsky Foundation, Inc.; © Hung Liu