An essential review of the history of art outside the academic canon, essential to understand the relationship between feminism and art history.
Ed. Cátedra / 2003
14,9 x 20,9 cm
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An essay that serves well to introduce us to the movements of feminist theory and gender discourses in art, is a light text that covers almost all disciplines.
The relationship between feminism and art history has created new ways of understanding historical-artistic discipline in the twentieth century, giving rise to new art histories. This essay shows the work of a number of female artists who, as so often have been silenced throughout history.
Patricia Mayayo is a doctor of art history, professor and researcher, among her studies are: the historiography of feminist and queer art, the history of women artists and contemporary artistic practices.