Baltimore Museum of Art’s New Acquisitions Tied to 2020 Vision Focus on Women

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Baltimore Museum of Art's New Acquisitions Tied to 2020 Vision Focus on Women

Oletha DeVane. Saint for My City (Detail). 2007-2010. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with exchange funds from the Pearlstone Family Fund and partial gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has announced new acquisitions made as part of its 2020 Vision initiative, which includes a commitment to only purchase works by female-identifying artists this calendar year. Among the highlights entering the collection are mixed-media sculpture and paintings by Barbara Chase-Riboud, Oletha DeVane, Janiva Ellis, Bessie Harvey, Suzanne Jackson, Mary Lovelace O’Neal, and Mary T. Smith; video and animation by Nathalie Djurberg, Laura Ortman, and Martine Syms; works on paper by Vivian

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