Underexposed: Recognizing Women in Photography

In 2018, a study was conducted across 820,000 art exhibitions that were public and commercial sectors, discovering that only one-third of the museums and galleries featured women artists. Further, a data analysis of 18 major art museums found their collections are 87% male and 85% white. Simply put, women artists and photographers have had to consistently fight for recognition.

The High Museum of Art created an exhibit called “Underexposed” to shed light on diverse female photographers throughout history. 

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