Rachael Lynn Reynolds advocates for equitable representation in her work as an art history scholar, educator, curator, and practicing artist. Her interests lie in researching photography and 19th and 20th-century modern art, specifically the inclusion of women in these histories.
Rachael's ongoing research attempts to contribute to the narrowing of the inequitable gap that exists in current scholarship of female artists. She suggests the current gap in research and publication of past artists yield a culture of assumed exclusion of women in contemporary spaces. Her curatorial pursuits attempt to intervene upon the discouraging statistics of gallery and museum space representation.