In this chapter it clearly states how the world of art is a male dominated world and that throughout history women have been forgotten. It also says that feminine artists sometimes get recognised under their husbands name instead if their own. This i think was quite a modernist view on female artists and recently with the works of Barbera Kruger and Griselda Pollock women are starting to become a lot more noticed now. Some artists are bringing back the modern traditional materials like oil paints. This is going back to what i said about how post modernity is all about recycling what once was and reinventing it. Male artists are being challenged by Females that have taken a more postmodern approach to art with their materials. Photography and other art forms are becoming a lot more popular and the idea of repetition is being used a lot more. This shows how postmodern sort of shows the end to modernism as nobody really paints like monet anymore.
I really like how they have talked about this master narratives not benefitting women that well as it's not just female artists who are using more postmodern materials, there is a chance they could once again be overshadowed by patriarchy.