Women Artists


Feminist art cracks the market’s glass ceiling

Historical trends of male art selling for more are being challenged

New York’s women on film

Chiara Clemente's "Our City Dreams" at Art Basel

Exchange scheme for Emirati women artists

Sheikha Manal Al Maktoum launched the program yesterday


Tate to buy more work by women

The gender imbalance within the Tate's holdings is to be redressed, following in the footsteps of the Moderna Museet in Stockholm

Women by women in photography

Commercial photography in New York City

Jane Evelyn Atwood's new book 'Too much time: women in prison' reviewed

“People often ask how I could pursue such a ‘sad’ subject for so long”

“Overcoming all obstacles: Women of the Académie Julian”

Exhibition shows at Dixon Gallery, Memphis, 9 July-24 September

The first museum show devoted to the Académie Julian

This provided women artists with vital instruction in life-drawing

The body under scrutiny: Interview with Kiki Smith

Kiki Smith responds to recent attacks on her work by Met director Philippe de Montebello


Books: Essays on sex, gender and identity in Dada

Naomi Sawelson-Gorse edits this collection on the often overlooked women of Dada

Shirin Neshat explores gender and difference in St Mary-le-Bow

As part of the build-up to the opening in 2000 of its new Bankside building, the Tate is organising exhibitions in nearby parts of London - a film installation by this Iranian-born artist in a Wren church gives a taste of things to come

Women artists provide alternative view at the Whitechapel

“Inside the visible” is on show until 8 December


A look at the best of new art books

Books on non-Western art, women artists, and from the new art history