About the Film

In recent years, major museums and galleries have shed light on underrecognized female artists like Carmen Herrera and Carol Rama, as well as presenting group shows celebrating the feminist art of the 1970s. Yet despite this increasing exposure, inequality persists. Artists represented by the top galleries across New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago are still roughly 70 percent male, according to artist Micol Hebron’s ongoing “Gallery Tally” project.

In the second installment of the series, painter and photographer Marilyn Minter, filmmaker and writer Miranda July, art advisor Todd Levin, and gallerist Rachel Uffner discuss the gender gap today, and what can be done to level the playing field for women—since, as Minter notes, “Art isn’t gendered. It’s whether you have a vision or not.”


Featuring (in order of appearance): Miranda July, Todd Levin, Rachel Uffner, and Marilyn Minter

Directed by Lina Plioplyte

Producer: Kerry Girvin

Director of Photography: Autumn Eakin

Gaffer: Jarrod Kloiber

Audio: Kat Jirles, Fiona McBain, and Taylor Roy

Assistant Camera: Daniel Lam

Production Coordinator: Chad Zweifel

Editor and Graphics: Jane Parisi

Los Angeles Second Unit

Director of Photography: Megan Raney-Aarons

Gaffer: Nathan McGuire

Grip: Keith McNulty

Audio: Juan Nunez

Assistant Camera: Megan McCarthy Johnson

Production Team for Artsy:

Marina Cashdan, Head of Editorial and Creative Director

Owen Dodd, Designer

Tess Thackara, Senior Editor

Molly Gottschalk, Features Producer

Demie Kim, Editorial Associate

Special thanks to Girlgaze

Nov 28, 2017 5:00am
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