On the occasion of the celebration of International Women’s Day, the Museu Europeu d’Art Modern (MEAM) will present the exhibition “Painting Today,” a collection by international artists well-known in the world of contemporary figurative painting. The MEAM has commissioned curator Didi Menendez, from the community of artists PoetsArtists, to present more than 70 works that women painters have made and are doing in the field of contemporary figurative art at an international level.
The artists represented come from countries such as the United States, Canada, and Australia, but also from countries in Europe, South America, and Central America with varied ethnic origins. The artists exhibiting are: Ofelia Andrades, Tanya Atanasova, Kelly Birkenruth, Melinda Borysevicz, Jen Brown, Teresa Brutcher, Carmen Chami, Aleah Chapin, Catherine Creaney, Stephanie Deshpande, Marina Dieul, Michelle Doll, Kimberly Dow, Teresa Elliott, Nanette Fluhr, Tanja Gant, Arina Gordienko, Alonsa Guevara, Natalie Holland, Regina Jacobson, Aleksandra Kalisz, Lisa Keay, Lorena Kloosterboer, Francien Krieg, Shana Levenson, Rachel Linnemeier, Kathrin Longhurst, Alexandra Manukyan, Christina Grace Mastrangelo, Agnieszka Nienartowicz, Reisha Perlmutter, Kim Peters, Megan Read, Luanne Redeye, Stephanie Rew, Nadine Robbins, Anne-Christine Roda, Viktoria Savenkova, Sara Scribner, Victoria Selbach, Tina Spratt, June Stratton, Vicki Sullivan, Kimberly A. Torres, Lorna May Wadsworth, Patricia Watwood, Pamela Wilson, and Anna Wypych.
“Painting Today” is on view through May 5, 2019, at the European Museum of Modern Art (Barcelona).