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A portfolio of prints, Femfolio features the work of 20 leading women artists who started the feminist art movement in the 1970s. Their works represent a variety of feminist voices and styles that counter stereotypical assumptions of feminine. Alongside other artists representing marginalized ethnic and social groups, women artists contributed to major aesthetic and intellectual developments from the late twentieth century onward.
Part of the OSU Museum of Art’s permanent collection, the portfolio was produced by the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Artists: Emma Amos, Eleanor Antin, Nancy Azara, Betsy Damon, Mary Beth Edelson, Lauren Ewing, Harmony Hammond, Joyce Kozloff, Diane Neumaier, Faith Ringgold, Miriam Schapiro, Carolee Schneemann, Joan Semmel, Sylvia Sleigh, Joan Snyder, Nancy Spero, May Stevens, Athena Tacha, June Wayne, Martha Wilson.
For links to videos, articles, resources for educators, artist information, and more: click here.
We would like to thank our faculty partner, Dr. Jennifer Borland, for making use of our permanent collection. The students of her Gender in Visual Culture class engaged with the collection and exhibition throughout the semester. To view the results of the student's research, please visit: http://museum.okstate.edu/academic-engagements
Lunch + Learn: Students from Gender and Visual Culture
Nov. 10 | University students will discuss the works of "Femfolio" and "Kiki Smith and Paper." 12 pm.
Support for this exhibition and related programs provided by: Jim Vallion, Malinda and Dick Fischer, the OSU Museum of Art Founding Patrons, the OSU Museum of Art Advocates, and the OSU/A&M Board of Regents.