• Dina Dabbas Rifai
    Dina Dabbas Rifai

    Dina Dabbas Rifai

    • Jordan
    • Visual Arts Academic
    • Freelance Art Consultant

    Dina Dabbas Rifai replied 26th Oct '16:

    feminism in art!

  • Niam Itani
    Niam Itani

    Niam Itani

    • United States of America
    • Filmmaking
    • placeless films

    Niam Itani replied 21st Jan '16:

    In my opinion, Feminism as a movement has had a greater influence on Art.

    The main reason would be, in this case, that art has almost existed since the beginning of time, while Feminism as a movement is less ancient.

    Moreover, the influence of Feminism on Art is still a work in progress and will continue to be so for quiet some time, I believe. This influence ranges from conceptual influence on works of art to the practice of art itself and using it for "Feminist Propaganda".

    On the other hand, art has affected and also continues to affect the way Feminism is viewed and dealt with - whether it is the romanticism or the extremism that feminism and the feminist movement are portrayed in. It has allowed for the creation of certain characters, images, themes, dialogues, and representations and, in some cases, made this presence almost a necessity for works of art.

    While at this point in time, Art & Feminism both influence each other, it is likely that Feminism has had a greater influence on art than the other way around.


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