Historically under-appreciated female artists continue to be championed, with two estates recently finding big-name galleries. Lehmann Maupin now represents the Swiss-born Heidi Bucher (1926-93) in the US. Bucher was best known for her skin-like, latex casts of items ranging from clothes to entire rooms. The estate is a first for the gallery, but co-founder Rachel Lehman says it’s not a case of looking beyond the living artists they work with, more that Bucher fits well with their existing programme. Bucher has a retrospective opening in London’s Parasol Unit in September and Lehmann Maupin plans a New York show for spring 2019.