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Images of Gender, Power and Religion (1475-1795)   

Learn about the exhibitions “Beyond Eve and Mary: Premodern Representations of Gender, Power and Religion” and “Reigning Queens: Modern and Contemporary Representations of Women, Power and Religion” at the Sheldon Museum of Art. We will begin with a discussion the first exhibition which examines Eve and Mary through thematic groupings of works and encourages viewers to consider how multifaceted gender was in the premodern period. The adjoining exhibition “Reigning Queens” examines twentieth-and twenty-first century representations of women in art. From temptresses and monarchs to advocates and activists, this exhibition invites viewers to consider the ways artists have explored and challenged gender stereotypes.


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