Like all revolutions, there were strong leaders, cults of personality, and fervent ideological differences that led to fractures.
Tagged: Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
Yet, regardless of generation, women have a tough row to hoe when it comes to getting traction on the kind of stories they want to write and get published.
Art movements, like their political siblings, are messy. People don’t agree, groups splinter, and history is up for grabs.
The symposium, “The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts,” January 26 – 27, proclaimed a new era while dealing with many of the concerns debated among women in other fields. How do you engage different generations in dialogue? Is the term “feminist” obsolete? Amid advances, why do so many feel overlooked?