Riley’s work positions front and center everyday images of women’s lived experiences, unapologetically centering traumas often swept out of sight.
Marisa Crawford’s writing has appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, The Nation, BUST, and elsewhere. She’s the author of the poetry collections Reversible and The Haunted House (Switchback Books), and is currently co-editing, with Megan Milks, a book on the cultural impact of The Baby-Sitters Club.
Revisiting the Question “What Is Feminist Art?”
Building on an influential 1977 feminist exhibition, the Smithsonian’s updated edition takes a more inclusive approach, adding further nuance to the question of how and who gets to define feminist art.
50 Artists Remind Us That “Abortion Is Normal”
The second half of a recent exhibition organized to raise awareness and funding in support of accessible, safe, and legal abortion opened this past Tuesday at Arsenal Contemporary.
Gloria Anzaldúa’s Groundbreaking Book About Life on the Borders Gets a Marathon Reading
A mix of voices filled the room with passages from Borderlands, serving as a powerful antidote to the violent racism and xenophobia that characterizes our current political moment.
Feminist Icon Judy Chicago on Resisting the Cycle of Erasure
With three new solo shows opening this fall, Chicago doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon.
Crying for Ana Mendieta at the Carl Andre Retrospective
I didn’t think I would be able to cry on command.