From the 1960s to today, feminist artists have helped move art and culture forward by championing underrepresented women and protesting gender inequality.
Get started with these eight pioneers—and bring home a piece of art history, whether it’s a provocative poster by the Guerrilla Girls or an inspiring print by Jenny Holzer. To buy any of these works, simply click on the image and contact the gallery directly.
Over the past three decades, this all-female, mask-wearing collective has exposed the lack of diversity in the art world through data-driven posters, billboards, and exhibitions.
Representing South Africa in the 55th Venice Biennale, Muholi has achieved worldwide acclaim for her arresting portraits of black lesbian and gay identity in the region.
Known for her fearless performances, Finley also exposes taboos around sexuality, violence, and celebrity through her painting practice.