This exhibition was inspired in part by the 1976 Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) exhibition Women Artists: 1550-1950, the first large-scale museum exhibition in the United States exclusively featuring women artists. Curated by renowned art historians Ann Sutherland Harris and Linda Nochlin, Women Artists was revolutionary in the way it utilized the museum setting to explore barriers that women artists have historically faced.
In the Company of Women will be on view from July 7 through August 12, 2018. This exhibition is organized by Phoenix Art Museum and is made possible through the generosity of donors to the Museum’s annual fund.
Free for Museum Members, past and present members of the Military, and *youth aged 17 and under; included with general admission.
$20 — Adults
$17 — Senior Citizens (Ages 65+)
$15 — Students (with ID)
Free — Youth aged 17 and under (*through September 30, 2018)
All special exhibitions are free for Members and included with general admission.
This special engagement exhibition is offered to the public for $5 during voluntary donation admission hours (no General Admission required) from 3–9 pm each Wednesday, from 6–10 pm on the First Friday of each month, and from noon–5 pm on the second Sunday of each month.
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*Free admission for youth 17 and under is courtesy of the PhxArt Open for Kids program presented by the Steele Foundation from July 1 – September 30, 2018.
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Erica Deeman, Untitled 18 (detail), 2013. Photograph. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, purchased with funds provided by Contemporary Forum.
Florine Stettheimer, Easter Picture, c. 1915-1917. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of the Estate of Ettie Stettheimer.
Marguerite Zorach, Deer in the Forest (detail), 1914. Gouache on paperboard. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, purchased with funds from the James K. Ballinger American Art and Education Fund.
Liliana Porter, Red with Mirror, 2000. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of anonymous donors in honor of Dr. Beverly Adams.