The artists of the early Twentieth Century moved away from the traditional stories of History and the Bible and into the bedroom. While many classic foundations of art history were smashed in this period, the Cast and underlying assumptions about the female nude remained unchanged. Hannah celebrates the feminist art revolution that emerged. She looks at the ground-breaking work of Julie Rrap, Sarah Lucas and Louise Bourgeois who took the imaging of the female body into female hands.
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