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The works produced both by ethnic artists and by women artists lead us to suspect that either the aesthetic sensibility of art experts has not evolved sufficiently or that it is not "pure" enough to free them from the load of prejudices surrounding such works and those who produce them. To illustrate this problem, we will first offer two substantially different examples. The first concerns Report No. 8 commissioned by Emakunde, the Basque Women's Institute (Spain) and published in thedoi:10.4236/adr.2014.21001 fatcat:jxloy5eapnfelg35xpt633z4e4