Artsy is taking us today to where sculpture is going in the hands (literally) of the latest female sculptors.
Sculpture was once considered the domain of ambitious male artists, a medium as challenging in its physicality as it was limitless in scope. But for several decades, artists from Eva Hesse and Senga Nengudi to Phyllida Barlow and Ursula von Rydingsvard have carved a place for women working in contemporary sculpture. And in 2018, it’s arguably female artists who are creating some of the most interesting, challenging, and ambitious forms—freely taking the body apart, prodding taboos, and embracing the grotesque.
Read about them [here](https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-20-female-artists-pushing-sculpture-forward?utmmedium=email&utmsource=14028438-newsletter-editorial-daily-07-31-18&utmcampaign=editorial&utmcontent=st-A