Laura Gascoigne

Does gender matter? Making Modernism, at the Royal Academy, reviewed

This exhibition bundles together several disparate but fascinating female artists – but only one paints the skeleton under the flesh

A modern Pietà: ‘Woman with Dead Child’, 1903, by Käthe Kollwitz. Credit: © Käthe Kollwitz Museum Köln

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