Women in the Arts Magazine

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What’s inside Summer 2018

The summer 2018 issue of Women in the Arts features:

  • The exhibition Heavy Metal—Women to Watch 2018, the fifth in NMWA’s Women to Watch exhibition series, which features artists who work in metal
  • Bound to Amaze, which highlights the museum’s collection of artists’ books and longtime curator Krystyna Wasserman
  • Abstract art by Mildred Thompson new to the museum’s collection
  • Social media engagement in the third year of the #5WomenArtists campaign

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Cover of Winter/Spring 2018 Magazine featuring a white felt hut

What’s inside Winter/Spring 2018

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

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What’s inside Fall 2017

The fall 2017 issue of Women in the Arts features:

  • The exhibitions Magnetic Fields, featuring abstraction by black women artists, and Inside the Dinner Party Studio, showcasing material from the Judy Chicago Visual Archive
  • A painting by Berthe Morisot new to the museum’s collection
  • Wonder Women!, an exhibition of heroines from the Library and Research Center
  • Museum events and programs

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Cover image of magazine showing Louise Bourgeois’s “Spider III”

What’s inside Summer 2017

The summer 2017 issue of Women in the Arts features:

  • The exhibitions Revival, featuring contemporary sculpture and photography, and Equilibrium: Fanny Sanín, showcasing the process behind the artist’s geometric abstract paintings
  • Highlights from two seasons of Women, Arts, and Social Change programming
  • The museum’s award-winning viral social media campaign #5WomenArtists
  • Philanthropist Madeleine Rast’s bequest
  • Archival photographs from the museum’s history

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