The female artists who shattered the art world's glass ceiling
According to statistics, women artists make up only 3 — 5% of major permanent collections in Europe and America.
That isn't good enough. Click through a selection our favourite progressive women in the art world - and find out where you can see their work exhibited in London.
Hatoum is a Lebanese-born, Palestinian artist often regarded as one of the most important artists working today. Her work can be interpreted as an illustration of displacement, oppression, gender, and sexuality, amongst other things. It was just last year that the Tate Modern held a retrospective spanning 35 years of Hatoum's work — which received wide critical acclaim.