: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions is a non-profit
organization co-founded by President Nathalie Rigal and research
director Camille Morineau. AWARE’s ambition is to rewrite the history of
art by placing women on equal footing with their male counterparts and
making their work better known.
most contributions to our website are thanks to AWARE’s international
networks that work to better represent women artists from historically
overlooked regions of the world and address issues such as the
Western/Non-Western dichotomy and the erasure of minority artists and
their work :
TEAM : Teaching, E-learning, Agency, Mentoring is
an international academic network, coordinated by Maura Reilly, whose
goal is to collect and publish resources on women artists produced by
academics. It allows AWARE to enrich its website, priority to
geographical areas which are still under-represented, and to support the
training of a new generation of art historians sensitive to gender
issues and the place of women artists.
AMIS : AWARE Museum Initiative and Support
is the first initiative that brings together museums from around the
world to collect and share research on women artists produced for
exhibitions and acquisitions.
Women Artists in Japan : 19th – 21st century
is a three-year research programme that seeks to highlight the artistic
production and contributions of women artists in Japan within a global
cultural history. The project builds on previous scholarship to continue
to reveal the presence of Japanese women artists from the 19th century until today, within all artistic movements.
The Origin of Others. Rewriting Art History in the Americas, 19th Century – Today,
organized in partnership with the Clark Art Institute, is a
multifaceted three-year research project focusing on Black and
Indigenous women artists in three broad geographical zones : Latin
America, the Caribbean, and the United States. The program title
references the series of essays by the author Toni Morrison, published
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