Tag Archives: Linda Nochlin

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Top Ten ARTnews Stories: Exposing the Hidden ‘He’

Linda Nochlin on why Picasso couldn’t have been born a girl. Read More

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‘We’re Finally Infiltrating’

This year’s slate of major shows, books, and panels on feminist art reflects the rise of powerful female curators, art historians, and—notably—patrons, who are working to change art institutions from the inside. Read More

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Where the Great Women Artists Are Now

Linda Nochlin on the many faces of contemporary feminist art. Read More

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Why Have There Been No Great Women Comic-Book Artists?

With a dual-venue exhibition in Los Angeles, comics by masters such as Winsor McCay, Chris Ware, and Charles Schulz have been elevated from pop culture to fine art. But as these artists receive their due, the show has sparked debate over the rightful place of women in the comic canon. Read More

Cindy Sherman is a standout for most critics. Here she poses in Untitled Film Still #7, 1978, characteristically appropriating characters and narratives. Courtesy Metro Pictures, New York
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Who Are the Great Women Artists?

Thirty years ago, ARTnews published an essay arguing that social forces had impeded women artists from becoming as great as the male masters. We asked experts if the consensus has changed—and how. Read More