ART OF THIS CENTURY:
EXHIBITION BY 31 WOMEN
In 1943, Peggy Guggenheim created a first of its kind art exhibition while in exile during WW2. With little recognition, this was the first documented all female exhibition in the United States that brought together 31 artists. Some were established while others were names that had not, and have not, yet emerged from obscurity.
Today, over 150 works of fine art and 50+ pieces of ephemera of the 31 Women artists have been collected by Jenna Segal. For a limited time only, one piece from each of the artists have been brought to the original location of the 1943 exhibition to be presented to the public!