Carmen Herrera (b. 1915), Siete, 1949, acrylic on canvas,
Paul and Trudy Cejas Collection
Right now- ending this weekend - most of the major museums in New York (and Greenwich, CT) are featuring women artists as the main exhibition in their galleries. How about that, feminists! Take note - and savor the strides that your hard work has accomplished. This is only the beginning. Today we are paying attention to this historic moment. Tomorrow, the equality of women in the workplace, whether in the arts or in the auto industry, will be completely normal and unremarkable. We are almost there. Yes, we can!
So here's the evidence:
Alma Thomas, Studio Museum of Harlem, through October 30th.
Diane Arbus, Metropolitan Breuer, through November 27th.
Charlotte Moorman Performing in 1971
Charlotte Moorman, Grey Art Gallery, NYU, through December 10th,
Her Crowd: New Art by Women Artists in Our Neighbors' Private Collections, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, through December 31st.
Carmen Herrera, Whitney Museum, January 2, 2017.
Agnes Martin, Summer 1964, watercolor, ink and gauche on paper,
Agnes Martin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, Courtesy Pace Gallery
Agnes Martin, Guggenheim Museum, through January 11, 2017.
Pipilotti Risi, New Museum, through January 15, 2017.
Sara Zapata, Siempre X, 2016, mixed media, courtesy of the artist
Sara Zapata, Museo del Barrio, ongoing.
Gustave Klimt, Adele Bloch-Bauer I, 1907,
And the subject of women in art:
Klimt and the Women of Vienna's Golden Age, 1900-1918, Neue Galerie, through January 16, 2017.
Mrs. Carl Meyer and her Children, Jewish Museum, through February 5, 2017
FYI - the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze is still on at Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson. Tickets are still on sale for November 1 - 26.
Beth New York
aka Beth S. Gersh-Nesic, Ph.D.
New York Arts Exchange