Whitney Museum of American Art
The acclaimed fine arts institution located in Manhattan is home to one of the world's most comprehensive modern and contemporary American art col...
Art collector and patron Wilhelmina Cole Holladay and her husband, Wallace F. Holladay, founded the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in 1987 as "the first museum solely dedicated to championing women in the arts." Over the years, NMWA has remained a powerhouse for showcasing the accomplishments of women in the arts. The museum — which reopened in 2023 after a comprehensive two-year renovation that expanded its exhibition space — illuminates a long history of artists who have been traditionally underappreciated and provides a spotlight for talented contemporary creators to exhibit their work. Featuring a collection of more than 6,000 works from the 16th century to present day and representing more than 1,500 artists, NMWA also presents a variety of educational initiatives and houses an extensive library and research center.
Exhibition - Women House (2018)
Exhibition - Organic Matters: Women to Watch 2015
Exhibition - Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections (2012)
Operations - Art Restoration