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Female Art is Dangerous - Women Artists

Author: EuroArts Music International

This is a portrait of four women artists, who teach us to perceive the history of female art through the eyes of a female artist.

  • Jenny Holzer by Jim Rakete | Copyright: © Jim Rakete

    Jenny Holzer by Jim Rakete © Jim Rakete

  • Annette Messager - Planning | Copyright: © Phlox Films / Claudia Müller

    Annette Messager - Planning © Phlox Films / Claudia Müller

  • Kiki Smith at her studio | Copyright: © Phlox Films / Claudia Müller

    Kiki Smith at her studio © Phlox Films / Claudia Müller

Why is it that works by women artists are still less valued on the art market? How come that there are still significantly fewer works by women artists exhibited in museums than by male artists? Where are all those women? They have always been around! Women artists have liberated the female body from male beauty idols. They have conquered new paths and they have taken great risks. This is a portrait of four women artists, who teach us to perceive the history of female art through the eyes of a female artist.

Follow us to their virtual exhibition.

With Annette Messager, Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer and Katharina Grosse

English title Women Artists
Production Company Phlox Films
Director Claudia Müller
Co-Production Company WDR/ SR/ RB/ rbb/ Arte
Duration 4 x 25'

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