125,000th Visitor to the Exhibition “Fighting for Visibility: Women Artists in the Nationalgalerie before 1919”

Blog entry from 03/02/2020

Source: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

Ralph Gleis, head of the Alte Nationalgalerie; Antoine Pihier, 125,000th visitor to the exhibition Fighting for Visibility: Women Artists in the Nationalgalerie before 1919; Yvette Deseyve, curator for sculpture and the plastic arts at the Alte Nationalgalerie; and Udo Kittelmann, director of the Nationalgalerie (from left to right)
Ralph Gleis, head of the Alte Nationalgalerie; Antoine Pihier, 125,000th visitor to the exhibition Fighting for Visibility: Women Artists in the Nationalgalerie before 1919; Yvette Deseyve, curator for sculpture and the plastic arts at the Alte Nationalgalerie; and Udo Kittelmann, director of the Nationalgalerie (from left to right)
Copyright: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / David von Becker

By the week before it closes, 125,000 visitors have seen the special exhibition Fighting for Visibility: Women Artists in the Nationalgalerie before 1919 at the Alte Nationalgalerie – still on view until 8 March 2020. It focuses on women painters and sculptors who succeeded in the art world against the odds and adversities they faced, whose works have entered the Nationalgalerie collection. The exhibition is a re-examination of the museum collection, viewed against the background of current...

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