Women’s Work

    Women’s Work is curated by three Art History students at Washington University St. Louis who received the Arthur Greenberg Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship. The exhibition explores feminized labor historically and how it relates to present themes involving women’s careers. Women’s Work is divided into three sections: agency, equity, and performance. The three themes are represented on prints, photographs, drawings, and videos. Most of the works are drawn from the Kemper Art Museum’s permanent collection although several other regional art museums contributed as well. The Kemper Art Museum is currently only available for students of Washington University St. Louis but you can view the Women’s Work brochure online.

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