Katharina Cibulka is an Austrian artist, currently exhibiting a towering, hand-embroidered installation on the National Museum for Women in the Arts while it undergoes a renovation.  The project, “SOLANGE,” which means “as long as” in English. “SOLANGE” is a communicative art project that promotes dialogue. She aims to create awareness of gender inequalities people experience in our society with her poignant massive artworks. 

Cibulka asks the public to participate in creating their own narrative that begins with: As long as.... and ends with...I will be a feminist. It is awesome to turn onto New York Avenue and see this stately piece! To learn more, check out the National Museum for Women in the Arts. This is on view until February 26th. 

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