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Women Artists in Pop: Connections to Feminism in Non-Feminist Art
Kidder, Alana D.

2014, Master of Arts (MA), Ohio University, Art History (Fine Arts).
The women artists who began their careers shortly before the feminist art movement of the 1970s hold a unique position in the history of art. They were among the last generation of women to be educated before the feminist art movement, yet they were also among the first to benefit from the paradigm shift it created. Using examples from a handful of women artists working in the era when pop was prominent, this writing examines the uses of proto feminist ideals covertly included within their work. A more in-depth look is given to the careers of two artists among this generation, Elizabeth Murray and Jennifer Bartlett, both of whom used aspects of pop and subversive feminism in their art.
Jennie Klein (Committee Chair)
92 p.

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