The Changing Status of Feminist Art History

Untitled Film Still #21 (1979), by Cindy Sherman. Source Wiki Art

When, in 1971, Linda Nochlin asked the question “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”, her answer would stir art history to think again about how its annuls of greatness were constructed.

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Christopher P Jones

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Art writer, critic, novelist, artist. See my links at https://linktr.ee/cpjones

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