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12 Iconic Women in 100 Iconic Works

An exhibition lecture from The Baker Museum

Daniels Pavilion

Apr 7, 10:00am
Daniels Pavilion 10:00am
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12 Iconic Women
in 100 Iconic Works

Part of The Baker Museum Lecture Series

Rangsook Yoon, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum

100 Iconic Works from the Permanent Collection celebrates the growth of The Baker Museum’s permanent collection over the past two decades. Included in this exhibition are small and large works by 12 trailblazing women artists: Margaret Bourke-White, Rosalind Browne, Deborah Butterfield, Leonora Carrington, Sonia Delaunay, Helen Frankenthaler, Barbara Hepworth, Georgia O’Keeffe, Marilyn Minter, Esphyr Slobodkina, Pat Steir, and Helen Torr. Yoon’s lecture highlights their careers while outlining their influential roles in the history of modern and contemporary art. It also provides an opportunity to look at their works attentively with a fresh point of view from The Baker Museum’s director of curatorial affairs.

This lecture accompanies the exhibition, 100 Iconic Works from the Permanent Collection.

Image above: Roberto Montenegro (Mexican, 1885-1968). Niña sentada (Seated Girl) (detail), 1958. Oil on canvas. 30 x 26 inches. Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum. 2002.2.039. Gift of Harry Pollak.

Rangsook Yoon

Rangsook Yoon

Dr. Rangsook Yoon is the director of curatorial affairs at Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum. Prior to joining Artis—Naples in June 2019, she worked as the director of experiences and curator at the Art & History Museums – Maitland and as a curatorial fellow at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Winter Park. She has curated numerous exhibitions, including Fashionable Portraits in Europe (Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2015), Women of the Research Studio: Past and Present (A&H, 2018), Looking at Words and Florida Contemporary (The Baker Museum, 2019-20). With her Ph.D. in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, she also taught art history as assistant professor in liberal arts colleges. She has published a number of scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals, contributed to various exhibition and collection catalogues and given numerous public lectures at museums and universities.


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