Women Picturing Women: From Personal Spaces to Public Ventures | Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College | Art Galleries and Exhibits | Chronogram Magazine
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When: Feb. 6-June 13
Women Picturing Women, curated by Patricia Phagan, studies the key themes that emerged when selecting only images of women by women artists. In this exhibition from the permanent collection of the Lehman Loeb, women artists from the seventeenth century to the 1960s frequently communicated the idea of an intimate or sheltered enclosure such as a room, studio, or garden, even though these women participated in a more public arena to show or even make their work. Other women artists relayed the idea of venturing into a public place such as a street or an office, or into the more public, intellectual world of a narrative found in religion, mythology, or social critique.

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