Between Terminals C and D
December 23, 1999 - May 29, 2000
Secretary of State Albright makes her diplomatic views known by wearing brooches on her lapel. "Everyone will just have to read my pins," she said.
This exhibition features work by sixty-one artists from sixteen countries who accepted an unusual challenge: to create a brooch for Madeleine K. Albright, the first woman to be named Secretary of State in American history.
This provocative idea was conceived by renowned collector and Philadelphia gallery owner Helen W. Drutt English.