In honor of the 100th anniversary of the women’s right to vote, the Baltimore Museum of Art will run a year-long program to celebrate female-identifying artists through exhibitions, presentations and special events.
Throughout 2020, the Maryland museum will host “2020 Vision,” a showcase of 13 individual exhibitions and seven thematic shows such as a complete transformation of the building’s East Lobby from an empty space into the city’s living room with wallpaper, furniture and other homey accents.
“2020 Vision” officially began in fall 2019 with “By Their Creative Force: American Women Modernists,” an exhibit that showcased works from Georgia O’Keefe, Maria Martinez and other 20th-century greats, followed by the December debut of “Free Form: 20th Century Studio Craft” and “Adorned: African Women & the Art of Identity,” the latter of which communicates the important roles of African women in the 20th century through various media such as clay and beads.
Exhibits also convey the journey of female artists over time, including the videography of Candice Breitze and works from Joan Mitchell.
The museum will hold presentations and programming that pay homage to female-identifying artists through history, as well as the development of commonly known art institutions.
With this year of exhibitions and events, the Baltimore Museum of Art hopes to shed light on the gender gaps in the museum world.
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