A Room of One’s Own

A Room of One’s Own explores the role of the studio in giving women a public presence. The series began with the Virginia Woolf essay, “A Room of One’s Own,” which speaks about the privilege most artists need to be able to create their work: a physical space that is also a creative space and a psychological space. Artist studios are sacred spaces, but, Woolf laments, these sacred spaces are precisely what is so hard for women artists to find.