The Trouble with Women Artists: Reframing the History of Art

About the Authors

Laure Adler is a journalist, author, and historian specializing in women's studies and feminism. She contributed to Dangerous Women: The Perils of Muses and Femmes Fatales.

Camille Viéville is an art historian, freelance researcher, and author.

The Trouble with Women Artists: Reframing the History of Art

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Laure Adler and Camille Vieville
The history of art has been largely considered, written, published, and taught by and for men. For women, the mere possibility of becoming an artist—having access to the necessary materials to produce; exhibit; and, against all odds, succeed at and sustain the activity—has been an incessant, dangerous, and exhausting fight.
  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • 8.3 × 11 inches
  • Published 2019


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