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Programme 14: A Different Point of View
It was only really in the 20th century that women began to have the freedom to be artists in their own right, and to depict women from a woman’s point of view. Nan Goldin depicts herself in an open, if confrontational way, while Sonia Boyce uses her own image to challenge our view of race and its representation. Sarah Lucas also uses herself as a subject, with photographs in which the setting creates an ironic comment on attitudes towards women.