Granary Arts brings contemporary art, international discourse, and a different lens into a traditional landscape.
Starting January 23, Women In Public will explore themes of place and wandering with a focus on the female experience, featuring screenings, a lecture, and a workshop.
Over the course of sixteen sessions, Christie’s Education will explore women’s diverse contributions to the arts. The conference will be held in New York from June 26-27.
A chance encounter with some 19th-century watercolors at Canada’s Confederation Centre of the Arts revealed decades of misattribution for the work of a Victorian woman.
In the 19th century, Henrietta Louisa Koenen, wife the Rijksmuseum Print Room’s first director, took a prescient interest in acquiring prints by women artists.
One recurring image in the paintings of Western art history is that of a woman sitting in solitude, seemingly lost in the pages of a book.