The fifth part of the Women to Watch exhibition series – organised by National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington – Heavy Metal looks to the physical and expressive possibilities of metalwork, disrupting the predominantly masculine preconceptions that surround the craft. The show features conceptual large-scale installations and small objects formed from iron, steel, bronze, silver, gold, brass, tin, aluminum, copper, and pewter.
Until 16 September. Find out more here.
1. Untitled, Susie Ganch, Untitled (detail), 2010; Steel, enameled copper, and panel, 36 x 24 x 12 in.; Courtesy of the artist and Sienna Patti Contemporary; Photo by Taylor Dabney. Photographer: Taylor Dabney