Image Highlights

  • One Who Watches

    Emma Amos. American, born 1938

    One Who Watches, 1995

    Acrylic on linen, heat transferred photographs on muslin collaged onto canvas, African Kanga cloth borders and cotton broadcloth fabric strips sew onto linen

    Purchased with the gift of the Smith College Black Student Alliance, 1999-2000

    ID Number: SC 2001:1

  • Red Flag

    Judy Chicago. American, born 1939

    Red Flag, 1971

    Photolithograph printed in black and red on paper

    Gift of Judith Nakhnikian in honor of Sofia Nakhnikian-Weintraub, class of 2012

    ID Number: SC 2011:20-1

  • Goddess Head/Soft from Femfolio

    Mary Beth Edelson. American, born 1933

    Goddess Head/Soft from Femfolio, 2007

    Inkjet printed in brown on Somerset Enhanced Velvet paper

    Gift of Judith Plesser Targan, class of 1953

    ID Number: SC 2007:38-5

  • The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist, from Guerrilla Girls, Most Wanted 1985 - 2006

    Guerilla Girls. American, 20th century

    The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist, from Guerrilla Girls, Most Wanted 1985–2006 , 1988

    Lithograph printed in black on paper

    Purchased with the gift of the Fred Bergfors and Margaret Sandberg Foundation

    ID Number: SC 2006:44-5

  • Eye Body #1

    Carolee Schneemann. American, born 1939

    Eye Body #1, 1963–1979

    Gelatin silver print with hand-coloring and scratching

    Purchased with the Judith Plesser Targan, class of 1953, Fund

    ID Number: SC 2011:31-4

  • Pas de Deux

    Miriam Schapiro. Canadian, 1923–2015

    Pas de Deux, 1986

    Acrylic and fabric on canvas

    Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Acinapura

    ID Number: SC 2014:2

  • Acrobat

    Nancy Spero. American, 1926–2009

    Acrobat, 1990

    color stamp and collaged papers on paper

    sheet: 110 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.; 280.67 x 52.07 cm

    Purchased with funds realized from the sale of a work donated by Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rittmaster (Sylvian Goodkind, class of 1937) in 1958

  • Dressing to Go Out/Undressing to Go In

    Mierle Laderman Ukeles. American, born 1939

    Dressing to Go Out/Undressing to Go In, 1973 (printed 1998)

    Ninety-five black and white photographs mounted on foamcore with chain and dustrag

    Purchased with the Judith Plesser Targan, class of 1953, Fund

    ID Number: SC 2009:21

  • Untitled from Silueta Series in Mexico

    Ana Mendieta. American, born Cuba, 1948–1985

    Untitled from Silueta Series in Mexico, 1976 (printed in 1991)

    C-Print

    Purchased with the Janice Carlson Oresman, class of 1955, Fund and the Josephine A. Stein, class of 1927, Fund in honor of the class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 2001:22-12

  • I have become my own worst fear/ Deformation

    Martha Wilson. American, born 1947

    I have become my own worst fear/ Deformation, 2008/1974

    Video and gelatin silver print on canvas

    Purchased with the Margaret Walker Purinton Fund

    ID Number: SC 2012:49a,b

  • The Working Girl from A Portfolio of Models

    Martha Wilson. American, born 1947

    The Working Girl from A Portfolio of Models, 1974, printed 2008

    Gelatin silver print and typewritten text on paper

    Purchased with the Dorothy C. Miller, class of 1925, Fund

    ID Number: SC 2011:27-4