Apparently it’s rife, people just aren’t valuing female artistic output in the same manner they do male.
Valeria Napoleone, an art patron who has spent her professional life collecting work by female artists, argued it is high time for women to take their place in an art establishment still dominated largely by powerful men.
“Women artists, like in many other fields and life in general, suffer discrimination and underrepresentation,” she told the Telegraph.
“It’s changing a little bit but it’s not there yet, obviously.
“There has been a wave of exhibitions dedicated to women artists with everybody ticking the box to say they are politically correct and have done their jobs.
“It has become fashionable, and that’s great. But this is really just the beginning.”
Bint who owns lots of art made by birds thinks that art made by birds should be worth more.
Pick the incentives out of that, eh?