Tag: feminism

History and Appropriation: Oh Myung Hee

Oh Myung Hee's 'The Days were Snowy but Warm' exhibition to show in Venice 2022...

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The Empowered Salon of the Queer

A review of imagery and technique at Guts Gallery’s Salon...

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Water & Working-Class Women: Jill McKnight at VITRINE

Opening on 23 January 2022, Jill McKnight's first London exhibition will include sculptural works, drawings, prints, paintings and a new audio work...

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Drawing With Dust: History, Time and Place in Tacita Dean’s Chalk Drawings

Those old enough will recall the spine-tingling screech of chalk across classroom blackboards, the air full of dust. ...

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Submissions Now Open for 16 Days 16 Films

Now in its third year, the initiative, which advocates to combat violence against women, will take place from 25 November – 10 December 2020....

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The Massurreal Deconstruction of Prof. Nadia Wahdan

Interview with multimedia artist Prof. Nadia Wahdan. ...

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Embodying Art

What is female identity in 2020? Multidisciplinary artist, Sofia Cianciulli, reconnects with her own sense of self and femininity through her practice....

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Radical Black Resistance

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, a new show explores the impact of Angela Davis' visit to East Germany in 1972. ...

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Nevada Museum of Art Acquires Judy Chicago’s Full Fireworks Archive

The archive contains thousands of photographs, digital images and other materials related to the artist-activist's site-specific works involving coloured smoke and fireworks from 1967 to the present....

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No Heroic Male Master

Roxana Halls: The Figure Strikes Back...

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Ambigrammatic – Part One [NSFW]

The photo is presented upside down and the eyes and mouth are flipped vertically - Alva Bernadine...

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Constraint and Liberty: Making Waves in Myanmar

Burmese artist Chuu Wai Nyein is making waves with provocative images that have proved controversial in her home country, known for its socially conservative views towards women....

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#MeToo Makes Number Three in ArtReview Power 100

The #MeToo movement has sparked a rush of exhibitions in galleries and museums, many focusing solely on female artists in the past year. ...

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Face-to-Face: Mary Kelly and Conceptualism

Mary Kelly, Face-to-Face, solo exhibition, installation view, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London (2018)  dropcap style=”font-size:100px;color:#992211;M/dropcapary Kelly’s Face-to-Face exhibition...

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The Poetry & Potency of Presence

Gail Olding: Emotional access in conceptual art...

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Simone de Beauvoir and Research Impact

Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir In 1946, Sartre suggested that Simone de Beauvoir write a piece on the contemporary condition of women for the journal, Les Temps Moderne. She thought it would...

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The Timeline of Being a Woman

Political activist Lisa Muggeridge chronicles the ways culture, politics and society combine to control women's lives....

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Sex, Slashing and Suffrage: The Rokeby Venus (Diego Velasquez)

Mary Richardson's ‘vandalism’ of the Rokeby Venus has become part of the story this painting tells, not something which detracts from its beauty. ...

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Suicide Girls : Interview

Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, certainly more than three cookie-cutter formulas, and there is nothing wrong with feeling sexy and confident about your body. - Interview...

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Lydia Lunch: The Lexington

Fresh from her performance at the Manchester 'Fat-out' festival, Lydia Lunch relished the part of 'Mistress of Ceremonies', showcasing various friends and new talents that she had cobbled together...

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Trappings, Friezes and Being Female.

Kleio Gizeli, Lisa Holden, Martha Parsey, Carol Robertson, Susan Gunn, Rana Begum. Crossroads, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, March 2011 – June 2011. UK Female Artists...

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Small, Medium or LRG

Ten roller girls, one oval track, a load of gum shields and a desire to do damage. Turning up at Earls Court I still had Rollerball in my head… I expected to see James Caan covered in blood,...

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