Impressionist Mary Cassatt deepened our understanding of maternal connections. Learn more about how she opened up art to new realms of being.
Sarah Goodridge and the Art of Miniature Portraits
This 19th-century master of portrait miniatures is not widely remembered today, but her well-observed work and the daring life she lived still have so much to teach us.
Layers of Identity: Akiko Kotani’s Half-Century Contribution to Redefining Fiber Arts
Curator Rangsook Yoon brings to light the layers of Japanese painter and weaver Akiko Kotani’s work which the artist consciously assembled over five decades.
Invincible Women: Isabel Allende and Other Remarkable Women Immigrants
Read an exclusive interview with Isabel Allende from a collection of in-depth conversations with successful women immigrants.