Women & Their Work (W&TW), the longtime Austin art space, has announced the eight artists who will have solo exhibitions during its 2020-2021 exhibition season. W&TW’s annual open call is for Texas-based women artists, and this year the eight were selected from nearly 300 entries. Each artist will create a new body of work for her exhibition.
The list of artists is as follows (via W&TW):
(San Antonio) currently examines the lesser-known history of cotton and labor in South Texas through photography and textiles; her work incorporates concepts of body movement, history, gender, identity, culture, and race.
(Austin) utilizes media such as sound, photography, sculpture, and the written word. Her work explores issues related to immigration, belonging, communication, and language.
(Austin) researches American patterns, objects, colloquialisms, and concrete cultural manifestations.
For more on these artist and W&TW’s 2020-21 exhibition schedule, please go here.
is a visual and performing arts organization located in Central Austin that serves as a catalyst for new ideas in contemporary art created by women living and working in Texas and beyond. For over 40 years, Women & Their Work has brought groundbreaking art to Austin, with exhibitions, performances, and educational workshops.