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Women’s History Month 2022: #5WomenArtists from the Blanton’s Collection

Women’s History Month 2022: #5WomenArtists from the Blanton’s Collection March 2022, by Rachel Urbano Back to Blog In honor of Women’s History Month and to participate in the ongoing #5WomenArtists campaign led by the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA), we’re highlighting five artworks made by women in five different centuries. These artists …

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A toddler girl looking up and pointing at a long horizontal print of the USA flag hanging on the wall.

Seeing the Obvious: Vito Acconci’s “Wav(er)ing Flag”

Seeing the Obvious: Vito Acconci’s “Wav(er)ing Flag” March 3, 2021 by Genevra Higginson Back to Blog Sometimes art can appear, at first glance, rather obvious. Such is the case with Vito Acconci’s Wav(er)ing Flag (1990), a twelve-foot long series of six lithographic prints. Together, the sheets depict the flag of the United States of America, elongated and billowing, …

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Conserving Oliver Lee Jackson’s “Untitled (Sharpeville Series)”

Conserving Oliver Lee Jackson’s “Untitled (Sharpeville Series)” December 8, 2020 by Christian Wurst Back to Blog As you enter the first gallery of Expanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries of Painting in the Americas, 1958–1983 titled “Emphatic Gestures,” the first painting you encounter across the room is the largest work in the show and one of the most …

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