Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photography rediscovers and celebrates the work of a pioneering and radical American artist. Anne Brigman (1869–1950)—a photographer, poet, and mountaineer—is best known for her iconic landscape images from the early 1900s, which depict herself and other female nudes outdoors in the Sierra Nevada.
Proposing an alternative reading of the mid-century international art scene, Americans in Paris: Artists Working in France, 1946–1962 features works by visual artists who rejected the intense nationalism that arose in the U.S. in the 1950s.
Berthe Weill: Indomitable Art Dealer of the Parisian Avant-Garde surveys the groundbreaking career of the first modern woman art dealer. Berthe Weill (1865–1951) championed many fledgling masters of modern art early on—such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Amedeo Modigliani—as well as numerous others who did not achieve wide acclaim.