Susan Unterberg: Put Your Mouth Where Your Money Is
Emboldened by current feminist activist efforts, artist Susan Unterberg, whose work hangs in both the MET and MoMA, has unveiled herself as the proprietor of the Anonymous Was A Woman grant program. The grant, which has given out over $5.5 million dollars to female artists, hopes to eliminate gender disparity within the art world. Although there is still a long way to go as far as winning gender equality as far as pay and representation, Unterberg hopes to join the public sphere as an advocate while still continuing to help other female artists establish themselves in the industry.
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