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Helen Cammock, film still from There’s A Hole in the Sky Part I, 2016. Courtesy: the artist

Max Mara-winner Helen Cammock joins France-Lise McGurn, Renee So and Zadie Xa in producing charitable limited editions 

Anna Maria Maiolino, É o que Sobra (What Is Left Over), from the series ‘Fotopoemação’ (Photopoemaction), 1974, digital print, 62 × 153 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan

How the radical practices of female artists drove the Modernist movement in Brazil

By Claudia Calirman

‘I felt that I had to pretend my son didn’t exist; in order to be professional, it felt necessary to mimic the behaviour of men’

By Caroline Douglas

‘We need more advocates across gender lines and emphatic leaders in museums and galleries to create inclusive, supportive and generative spaces’

By Charlotte Day

A mother’s death, a father’s disinterest: Jean Frémon’s semi-factual biography of the artist captures a life beyond repair

By Harry Thorne

Statues of pioneering suffragettes will break New York’s male-dominated ‘bronze ceiling’

Katharina Cibulka has stitched ‘As long as the art market is a boys’ club, I will be a feminist,’ across her alma mater’s facade

Rarely screened for decades, Wanda, written, directed and starring Barbara Loden, is a landmark of American independent cinema

By Kristin M. Jones

‘Women’s salaries are less than men’s, even though they occupy the same jobs’

By Rhona Hoffman

From shows exploring transgender issues to work featuring politicians prancing with toilet bowls, much has changed in the Uruguayan capital 

By John Quin

‘The way I see it, the #metoo movement is as much about bringing down certain figures as it is about reconsidering how law is exercised’

By Anda Rottenberg

‘At last there is a communal mechanism for women to call a halt to the demeaning conventions of machismo’

By Iwona Blazwick