Collections: WCCW five at The Huntington
"COLLECTION/S: WCCW/five at The Huntington" Exhibition Review
A multidisciplinary group of female artists, many of whom have non-traditional relationships to their fields, were invited to create art at The Huntington that question and probe the institution's collections and legacy.
Art Inspiring Art
/five artists Soyoung Shin and Juliana Wisdom look to 18th-century French art at The Huntington as the foundation of their artworks.
News Release - The Huntington Selects Women’s Center for Creative Work for Collaboration
The Huntington chose WCCW, a nonprofit organization that cultivates feminist creative communities and practices, to explore the theme of collecting and collections for the second year of the /five collaboration.
Women Making Art
Close to 100 artists answered the Women's Center for Creative Work's (WCCW) call for proposals, seven of whom were chosen to conduct research at The Huntington and produce original work inspired by the collections.
Artists in the Gardens
Artists Zya Levy, Sarita Dougherty, and Olivia Chumacero use The Huntington garden collections as the foundation of their works connecting flora and art.
Artists in the Library
Artists Jheanelle Garriques and Kiki Loveday delve into the works of writer Elizabeth Montagu and Greek poet Sappho in The Huntington's Library collections as the inspiration behind their artworks for /five.
About the /five initiative
2019: Beside the Edge of the World
2018: Rituals of Labor and Engagement
2017: COLLECTION/S: WCCW/five at The Huntington
2016: Orbit Pavilion
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