WORLD National Gallery of Australia holds exhibition to celebrate work of women artists

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National Gallery of Australia holds exhibition to celebrate work of women artists

Xinhua

10:14, November 14, 2020

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2020 shows the scene of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life. (Photos:Xinhua)

People view an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia, Nov. 13, 2020. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life.

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2020 shows the scene of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life.

A woman takes photos at an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia, Nov. 13, 2020. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life.

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2020 shows the scene of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life.

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2020 shows the scene of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life.

Artists are seen at an exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia, Nov. 13, 2020. The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition to celebrate the work of Australian women artists. The exhibition, "Know my name: Australian women artists 1900 to now," opened to the public on Saturday as one of the biggest displays of arts by Australian women. Showcasing more than 400 works by 170 artists with two parts over the course of a year, it encourages visitors to celebrate the role of women in the nation's cultural life.

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