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How many women sculptors can you name? This book will challenge perceptions that sculpture is a male pursuit and help you to understand the work and lives of dozens of incredible women sculptors - significant artists from the past as well as those working in the exciting and varied world of sculpture today., p>Includes 25 pioneering female sculptors: Harriet Hosmer, Edmonia Lewis, Camille Claudel, Frances Loring & Florence Wyle, Barbara Hepworth, Louise Bourgeois, Ruth Asawa, Alina Szapocznikow, Yayoi Kusama, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Elisabeth Frink, Eva Hesse, Judy Chicago, Senga Nengudi, Annette Messager, Rebecca Horn Phyllida Barlow, Mona Hatoum, Katharina Fritsch, Cornelia Parker, Doris Salcedo, Sarah Lucas, Rachel Whiteread, Anya Gallacio, Sophie Ryder. And in their own words, we hear from 25 contemporary women sculptors making original and ground-breaking work. Features dozens of colour images of the sculpture and installations from: Tabatha Andrews, Rachel Ara, Annie Attridge, Helaine Blumenfeld, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Silke Dettmers, Laury Dizengremel, Jane McAdam Freud, Lucy Glendinning, Maggi Hambling, Kendra Haste, Holly Hendry, Christine Kowal Post, Sophie Marsham, Nnenna Okore, Arundhata Patel, Maya Ramsay, Marianne Reim, Frances Richardson, Raphaele Shirley, Susan Stockwell, Sinta Tantra, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Patricia Volk, Zhang Yaxi With an overview of women making sculpture from the 1880s to today, this book explores the work of 50 extraordinary women artists who have forged a name for themselves in a male arena, as well as breaking rules, pushing boundaries and inspiring us with their visionary creations. With many colour photos will appeal to all lovers of the arts; this book is essential reading for students of the arts, culture and gender studies