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Polly Morgan shortlisted for NMWA's 'Women to Watch in 2015'

August 19, 2014 by Jess

The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington has shortlisted Polly Morgan in their list of 'Women to Watch in 2015,' with the focus being Flora and Fauna.

'Flora and Fauna will illuminate how contemporary artists re-contextualize representations of plants and animals to reflect upon the themes of sexuality, gender politics, and the abject. Nature-based imagery created by sculptors, painters, photographers, and video artists extends the Romantic-era idea that the mysterious and uncontrollable power of nature serves as an apt metaphor for the persistent unruliness of human culture.'

Women to Watch 2015 will be presented at NMWA from June 5, 2015 - September 13, 2015 (TBC)

For more information click here for the NMWA's website.