The Galleries at Moore are pleased to honor this year's Visionary Women Awardees Barbara Eberlein (interior designer) and Susan Unterberg (photographer) with presence in the fall exhibition season. Even though our campus is closed to the public, our students, faculty, and staff have the opportunity to see the work of these talented women in-person. On view August 15 through October 17, 2020.

Graham gallery features a curated survey of Eberlein's firm's recent work in residential and institutional restoration and design projects through floor plans, interior photography, and video documentation, with a focus on the complete overhaul of Androssen, a 38,000 square foot Georgian estate on the Main Line designed in 1911 by architect Horace Trumbauer. In Wilson Gallery, a selection of Unterberg's recent self-portrait projects mingle with digitally manipulated political photographs representing three of her current series including Bad PoliticsFantasy America, and Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Installation photos by Joseph Hu

2020 Visionary Woman Awards

Moore will present the 2020 Visionary Woman Awards to interior designer Barbara Eberlein and photographer Susan Unterberg. Because of a steadfast commitment to the health and safety of our community, Moore will hold the first-ever virtual Visionary Woman Awards on Wednesday, October 7th at 6:00 pm. The event will premiere a new video produced by a new storyteller and offer a personal glimpse of Barbara and Susan’s approach to their work through a digital Elizbeth Greenfield Zeidman lecture. In advance of the event, attendees will receive an “at-home gala” kit to launch the celebration. For more information, email Pat Ma at pma@moore.edu.
Barbara Eberlein Interior Designer

As president and creative director of Eberlein Design Consultants Ltd., Barbara Eberlein holds an enduring passion for design that is rooted in her educational background in the classics, history and art. She has built a national reputation in today’s dynamic design community for expertise in the restoration of significant historic structures of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries.

Susan Unterberg Photographer

Susan Unterberg is a New York-based photographer. Her work is primarily color photographs taking the form of portraiture, human and animal, most recently manifested as digital photo collages and artist books that take into account contemporary politics. Her art also encompasses video installation, book form, and large- and small-format color prints. Unterberg has exhibited her work in the U.S. and abroad.

VWA Sponsorship Opportunities

Support the next generation of creative leaders in art and design. Your sponsorship of the 2020 Visionary Woman Awards is an investment in increasing opportunity and access for a diverse array of exceptionally talented students to receive high-quality visual art and design education. Each sponsorship option includes a blend of stewardship and visibility.

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