The OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas presents

Womxn of the Collection of the Art Museum of the Americas

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES
AMA | ART MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAS

Ongoing
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Through the 1928 founding of the Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM) as the “first inter-governmental agency established to ensure recognition of women's human rights” the Organization of the American States (OAS) has worked towards gender equality and inclusion. Likewise, the OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas has strived to amplify the work and voices of women and non-binary artists, since the early years of its initial incarnation as the OAS Visual Arts Program in the late 1940s. Achieving gender balance continues to be a slow process, but as a museum we are committed to this goal. Today we invite you to follow this #AMAatHome #AMAenCasa exhibition of works of a handful of women artists of our collection who haven't been shown as often as we would like. This exhibition shows a variety of media, including photography, painting, printmaking and sculpture, and features artists of Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru, the United States, and Venezuela.

List of artists:
Olga de Amaral (Colombia, b. 1932)
Negra Alvarez (El Salvador, b. 1948)
Alda Maria Armagni (Argentina, b. circa 1940s)
Maricruz Arribas (Peru, b.1954)
Myrna Baez (Puerto Rico, b. 1931)
Elba Bairon (Bolivia, b. 1947)
Edith Behring (Brazil, b. 1916, d. 1996)
Nair Benedicto (Brazil, b. 1940)
Marietta Berman (Venezuela, b. 1917, d. 1990)  
Emilia Bertole (Argentina, b. 1898, d. 1949)
Ruth Bess (Brazil, b. 1924) 
Elsa Borrero (Colombia, b. 1958)  
Beatrix Briceño (Venezuela, b. 1944)
Roser Bru (Chile, b. 1923)
Victoria Cabezas Green (Costa Rica, b. 1950)
Roslyn Cambridge (Trinidad and Tobago, b. 1946)     
Aida Carballo (Argentina, b. 1916, d. 1985)
Eloisa Castellanos (Cuba)
Maria Dolores Castellanos (Guatemala, b. 1958)
Luz Elena Castro (Colombia)
Elda Cerrato (Argentina, b. circa 1940)  
Julia Cevallos (Ecuador)
Daniela Chappard (Venezuela, b. 1959, d. 1996)  
Catalina Chervin (Argentina, b. 1953)
Ines Cordova (Bolivia, b. 1927, d. 2010)
Hilda Crovo (Argentina, b. 1933)
Delia Cugat (Argentina, b. 1930)
Elba Damast (Venezuela, b. 1944)
Sury Dembo (Venezuela)  
Nieves Dianderas (Peru, b. 1929, d. 1997)
Maria Teresa Diaz Colocho (El Salvador, b. 1960)
Ana Isabel Diaz (Colombia)
Olga Donde (Mexico, b. 1935, d. 2004)
Beatriz Echeverri (Colombia, b. 1938)
Paz Errazuriz (Chile)
Lola Fernandez (Costa Rica, b. 1926)
Nelida Ferrari (Argentina)
Nelly Freire (Argentina, b. 1933)  
Lia Galletti (Cuba, b. 1943)
Marcela Garcia (Ecuador, b. 1954)  
Candace Gaudiani (United States)  
Consuelo Gotay (Puerto Rico, b. 1949)
Elsa Gramcko (Venezuela, b. 1925, d. 1994)
Sarah Grilo (Argentina, b. 1921, d. 2007)
Asilia Guillen (Nicaragua, b. 1887, d. 1964)
Erika Guldner (Argentina)  
Emilia Gutierrez (Argentina, b. 1928, d. 2003)
Muriel Hasbun (El Salvador, b. 1961) 
Ana Mercedes Hoyos (Colombia, b. 1942, d. 2014)
Maria de la Paz Jaramillo (Colombia, b. 1948)
Ana Kozel (Argentina, b. 1937)
Rossana Lacayo (Nicaragua, b. 1958)
Matilde Marin (Argentina, b. 1948)
Judith Marquez (Colombia, b. 1925, d. 1994)
Cecilia Mattos (Uruguay, b. 1958)
Carolina Mayorga (Colombia, b. 1970)
Leonor Mendoza (Venezuela, b. 1965)
Margarita Morselli (Paraguay, b. 1952)
Tomie Ohtake (Brazil, b. 1913, d. 2015)
Fayga Ostrower (Brazil, b. 1920, d. 2001)
Gina Pellon (Cuba, b. 1926)
Matilde Perez (Chile, b. 1920)
Susana Raab (Peru)
Cristina Sicardi (Argentina, b. 1939)
Ines Tolentino (Dominican Republic, b. 1962)
Karla Turcios (Honduras) 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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