The Art of Feminism

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Explore the powerful role that art has played in the fight for women’s rights in The Art of Feminism. This stunning survey features over 350 works from a diverse selection of feminist painters, illustrators, photographers, performers, musicians and graphic designers from the mid-nineteenth to twenty-first centuries. From the iconic posters of the Suffrage Atelier and the boundary-pushing paintings of Tamara de Lempicka and Frida Kahlo to Zanele Muholi’s striking self-portraits and Beyonce’s empowering lyrics and performances, you’ll find page after page of vibrant and daring pieces, which have each helped to spread the message of equality and social change while also reshaping and redefining media and culture. Each of these images are accompanied by essays or detailed captions, which highlight the historical context and significance of each artist, movement or work. A must-have for feminists and art lovers alike, it's sure to inspire anyone to create their own change.


•10"W x 1"D x 11.25"H
•written by Lucinda Gosling, Hilary Robinson and Amy Tobin
•edited by Helena Reckitt
•preface by Maria Balshaw
•foreword by Xabier Arakistain
•photography and images from various contributors
•272 pages
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