THE LOST ONES
A number of overlooked midcentury women artists in maledominated fields — especially land art and Minimalism — are at long last getting their day in the museum.
By Megan O’Grady
IN 1972, 350 women working in the visual arts descended upon the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., to protest and discuss the male-dominated art world and, as reported by The Times, ‘‘male discrimination against the exhibition of women’s art...
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