Women artists have long been powerful influencers throughout the most significant art historic movements of the 20th Century. The list is lengthy: from Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington’s vital roles in expanding the Surrealist narrative; Georgia O’Keeffe’s impact on defining the trajectory of American Modernism; to Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler and Agnes Martin’s contributions to Post-War Abstraction. This May, the inaugural Online sale of Latin America: Contemporary Art will showcase the works of two powerhouse women artists: the internationally celebrated German-Venezuelan, Gego, and the relatively little-known Argentine painter, Sarah Grilo.
Latin America: Contemporary Art Online
Through 26 May | Online