Half of the trained artists in the U.S. are women, yet they make up just 2% of the artists with works in the National Gallery in DC; at the contemporary art-focused Hirshhorn Museum, women make up only 5% of featured artists.

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Pamela T. Boll examines this disparity and its causes in her documentary Who Does She Think She Is?

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–Ann Bartow

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