'Art Talks' international webinar on 'Know My Name'

What's so important that the Museum of Modern Art New York closes its doors for one year to do a complete re-presentation? And what's so important that the National Gallery Australia allocates six and more galleries, through 2020 and past July 2021, to present Australian women artists 1900 to the present?

Parity: in representation, value and support. And to achieve it, reparation is needed. That's what the NGA and MoMA are addressing, with the help of the American Friends of the NGA, by talking about it on 'Art Talks'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70mEgFCyCP8

My small part in the story comes at 48mins. in.

Hear Dr. Ann Temkin, Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York; Dr. Deborah Hart, Head Curator of Australian Art at the National Gallery of Australia and Dr. Anne Summers AO, best-selling author, journalist and feminist talk to Time Magazine's award-winning editor-at-large Belinda Luscombe about a watershed moment for women artists.

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