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American Women Modernists

Join an intimate community for five lively discussions on daring female pioneers of Modern Art! This series illuminates how women artists influenced modernism’s evolution in the U.S. and Mexico from 1900 until the Feminist Art Movement. We will discuss women artists within the context of specific art movements and groups where they made their mark, while shedding light the social and artistic challenges they faced in a male-dominated art world. We will examine the history of 20th century modern art through the lens of the woman painter, sculptor and photographer!

Who we'll discover: 

  • Modern American Realism: Isabel Bishop and the Fourteenth Street School 

  • Precisionism: Georgia O'Keeffe

  • Straight & Documentary Photography: Imogen Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, Tina Modotti

  • Surrealism: Frida Kahlo and María Izquierdo

  • Abstract Expressionism: Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, ​Helen Frankenthaler, Pearl Fine

  • In Pursuit of Abstraction: Alma Thomas, Agnes Martin, Carmen Herrera

  • Feminist Art Movement: Judy Chicago, Carolee Schneemann, Joan Semmel, and more!

When? Saturdays at 10:30-12:00 pm NY / 4:30-6:00 pm Paris

April 17 - May 15  (April 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15)

Where? On Zoom from your home or office. Sessions are led by Lauren Jimerson, PhD.

  • Webinars are sold in packs of 5.

  • Each webinar is limited in size to enable lively and engaging discussions.

  • Held on the same day and time each week, each session is 90 minutes. ​

  • All that's required is a curious mind. 

Isabelle Bishop
Lee Krasner
Imogen Cunningham
Alma Thomas
Frida Kahlo
Helen Frankenthaler
Joan Semmel
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