by Laure Adler and Camille Vieville
Sixty-seven female artists and their work from the sixteenth century to the present demonstrate the evolution of art through a female-empowered lens. The history of art has been forever considered, written, published, and taught by men, primarily for a male audience. For women, the mere possibility of becoming an artist—to have access to the necessary materials, to produce, exhibit, and, against all odds, succeed and sustain the activity—has been an incessant, dangerous, and exhausting fight, physically, mentally, and psychologically. The time has come to reframe the history of art in the context of the brave women who had the courage to defy all rules in order to pursue their vocation and carve out their place in the art world.
8.3 x 0.8 x 11.1 inches, 160 pages, Hard-cover.
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