The Frauenmuseum Berlin is commemorating 100 years of women’s suffrage in Germany with the exhibition “STIMMEN! 100 Jahre Frauenwahlrecht. Künstlerinnen des Frauenmuseums Berlin melden sich zu Wort” (VOICES! 100 years of women’s suffrage. Women artists of the Frauenmuseum Berlin have their say).
The exhibition in the Willy-Brandt-Haus in Berlin opened on 19th February 2019 and lasts until 24th March 2019. On the closing day the museum invites to the following talk:
Women’s suffrage, women’s movement and equality in international comparison
In the exhibition talk, the art historian Katharina Fladt and the artists Caroline Armand, Anna Borgman, Susanne Kienbaum, Rachel Kohn, and Zuzanna Schmukalla will explain the works that were especially created for the exhibition. They will also discuss the situation and their experiences in other countries, the different ways to women’s suffrage – about a revolution or about reforms – and international differences.