I love the story of when John Lennon met Yoko Ono. It was at an art exhibition of Ono's. One of the paintings could only be seen by climbing up a ladder and peering through a magnifying glass. Painted on the canvas was one word - "Yes." He was smitten.

I love the story of when John Lennon met Yoko Ono. It was at an art exhibition of Ono's. One of the paintings could only be seen by climbing up a ladder and peering through a magnifying glass. Painted on the canvas was one word - "Yes." He was smitten.

Lennon wasn't alone. Ono's art helped shape the important 1960s avant-garde scene, and she's just one of the women artists from that time featured in this 2011 documentary of feminist art.

The exploration of revolutionaries like Guerrilla Girls, Miranda July and Suzanne Lacy and a score by Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein will intrigue feminists. Art lovers will dig the historical study of women fighting museum boys' clubs. And any rebel spirit will appreciate the footage of a Congress kerfuffle starring self-righteous politicians in arms about Judy Chicago's "The Dinner Party."