One of ‘The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist’, reads the Guerrilla Girls 1988 manifesto, is “not having to undergo the embarrassment of being called a genius”. Such wry, subversive humour has long-defined the work of women and non-binary artists, who fight against the boys’ club of the art world to represent their bodies, vision and stories themselves. The good news? This summer is packed full with exhibitions of the work of the fairer sex, with names young and old, emerging and established all on offer. Here’s Vogue’s edit of the 10 art shows you simply can’t miss in 2018.