10 More Subversive Women Artists

The Guardian just posted their list of “10 most subversive women artists in history,” and while it’s a solid collection of artistic foremothers, we compiled a list of our own featuring women artists who challenge and reimagine representations of the female form today.

1. Tracey Emin

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Legs IV, 2008. Clear blue neon 31.5 x 34.13 inches 80 x 86.7 cm.

2. Sophia Wallace

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CLITERACY, 100 Natural Laws, mixed media.

3. Elektra KB

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Liberation, 2012. Mixed media on fabric, 52 x 72 inches.

4. Jessica Stoller

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Untitled, 2012. Porcelain, china paint, lustre 10.5 x 8 x 6.5 inches.

5. Alexandra Mein

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6. Miss Van

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Untitled, 2007. Acrylic, 144cm x 168cm.

7. Miwa Yanagi

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Windswept Women 1, 2009. Photograph, 300x400cm (with frame).

8. Melanie Bonajo

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The 72 virgins are not what they expected, 2010.

9. Zanele Muholi

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From the Being series, 2007.

10. Wangechi Mutu

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A Shady Promise (detail), 2006. Mixed-media collage on Mylar, overall: 87.5 x 108.75 inches (222.25 x 276.23 cm).