“Femfolio” at the Oklahoma State University Foundation

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is proud to partner with the OSU Foundation and the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery to present the Femfolio, a portfolio of prints by twenty women artists whose work changed the face of American art. The portfolio was produced by the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

The Oklahoma State University Foundation is located at 400 South Monroe Street in Stillwater.

The diversity of their work challenges singular and stereotypical ideas of the “feminine,” and makes it clear that women artists have been at the heart of major aesthetic and intellectual movements throughout the late twentieth and into the twenty-first century.

View of the “Femfolio” exhibition at the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery.

This partnership is a unique opportunity to preview some of the artwork from our permanent collection, which will soon be housed at the Postal Plaza Gallery. The Postal Plaza Gallery will open with an exhibition of highlights from our extensive—and continually growing—permanent art collection.

Joyce Kozloff, “Maui: Sugar Plantation,” 2007. Digital print with hand lithography, Gardiner Permanent Art Collection.

The exhibition will be on view through the end of December, and there will be a reception in conjunction with Femfolio on Thursday, December 6. Mark your calendars!

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About osucurator

Louise Siddons is Associate Professor of Art History at Oklahoma State University and founding curator of the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art. She maintains this blog as a record of her students' work with the Museum's permanent collection as well as more generally with topics related to museum studies.
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