More than 80 years after its founding, American Abstract Artists continues to nurture and support a vibrant community of artists with diverse identities and approaches to abstraction. In celebration of this tradition, Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists traces the work of the female artists within AAA from the founders to contemporary, practicing members. Included are works by historic members Perle Fine, Esphyr Slobodkina, Charmion von Wiegand, Irene Rice Pereira, Alice Trumbull Mason, and Gertrude Greene, as well as works by current members, such as Ce Roser, Irene Rousseau, Judith Murray, Alice Adams, Merrill Wagner and Katinka Mann. The exhibition explores the stylistic variations and individual approaches to guiding principles of abstraction: color, space, light, material and process.
Yates, Sam; DiGiovanna, Rebecca; Adams, Alice; Berger, Emily; and Hill, Daniel G., "Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists 1936 - Present (Exhibition Catalogue)" (2018). Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture.