Women of the 1900s – 2018 Edition
Early twentieth-century Florence was a magnet for artists and intellectuals, many of whom were women. 'Women of the 1900s' brings together the works of Leonetta Pieraccini and Fillide Giorgi and their artist colleagues including Marisa Mori, Ghitta Carell, Flavia Arlotta, Adriana Pincherle, Marisa de Matteis and others. In a time of social upheaval and creative revolution throughout Europe, these women carve their place as still-life artists or Futurists, colorists or traditionalists… This restoration and exhibition strives to reclaim a little-known side of Italian culture from a time that is too close to be treated as forgotten.
Based on levels of giving, Donors have the option of receiving the following perks, as a sign of our gratitude for your efforts to support 'Women of the 1900s'.
|$50||–||1-year digital subscription to The Florentine + e-catalog|
|$100||–||One-year membership to AWA's Art Angel Program + e-catalog|
|$300||–||Two copies of the Women of the 1900s catalog|
|$500||–||Sterling silver 'Women Artists Pendent' + Women of the 1900s catalog|
|$1,000||–||Bottle of 'Invisible', the art perfume + Women of the 1900s catalog|
|$2,500||–||Gold 'Women Artists Pendant' + Women of the 1900s catalog|
|$5,000||–||Name/logo recognition in video + Women of the 1900s catalog|
|$10,000||–||Name/logo recognition in catalog + Women of the 1900s catalog|