Where would modern art be without women? From the photography of Diane Arbus to the oft-controversial work of the “Guerilla Girls”, women have played an increasingly significant role in the narrative of art history since the dawn of the 20th century. A recent monograph produced by New York’s Museum of Modern Art pays tribute to this role with “Modern Women: Women Artists at the Museum of Modern Art.” Through extensive illustrations and fascinating narratives, this book reminds the reader of both the importance of female artists and the extent to which they have encouraged each other to move art’s overarching narrative forward.