This year we were expecting some great exhibitions on Women Artists, or at least I was, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic most of them were cancelled or postponed, some started few days before the museum’s closure due to the lockdown. Portrait with schorpio by Marina Abramović(Photo credit: Artnet)Self-portrait by Angelica Kauffmann(Photo credit: WikiArt) Just… Continue reading ArtNews: Women Artists’ exhibitions and the pandemic
The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA), located in Washington, D.C. is the only major museum in the whole world solely dedicated to women’s achievements in arts (visual, performing, literary). The idea for this museum came from the will to answer a very simple and obvious question (but not common): Where are all… Continue reading The National Museum of Women in the Arts
Recently I had the opportunity to visit the exhibition ‘Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann’ at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and I had a great surprise there. The show has almost 10 artworks by women artists. The exhibition tells the history of this German collection founded almost 200 years ago (1823) by… Continue reading Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen at the Guggenheim Bilbao
This is the question I have for you today. Lately, many museums are hosting solo exhibitions of women artists and having more works by women on permanent display. Is this a sign that finally women are achieving their deserved place in the museums? Still Life with Flowers, a Silver-gilt Goblet, Dried Fruit, Sweetmeats, Bread sticks,… Continue reading Are women artists finding their place in museums?
Hi everyone, Few days ago, I announced here that I had been invited by ArtHerstory to write a review on the new exhibition of the Museo del Prado ‘A Tale of Two Women Painters’, and today I am very happy to say that the review is now live. I will let the link to the… Continue reading ‘A Tale of Two Women Painters’