Designed by artist Christine Egaña Navin, the items will be offered by Project Art Distribution at this weekend’s NADA Flea Market.
The Death of an Artist Podcast Failed Ana Mendieta
Helen Molesworth’s true-crime sensation marginalizes the artist’s life and legacy.
The Problems and Pleasures of an Activist Art Exhibition
I am often skeptical of protest art behind glass, yet I still cannot deny the pleasure of experiencing politically charged artworks in a venue making the effort.
Ana Mendieta, a Feminist Pioneer, in a New Light
In Radical Virtuosity, Genevieve Hyacinthe brilliantly reframes Mendieta’s celebrated works, yet for a book so rooted in race, the final analysis feels only half-full.
Actress Ellen Barkin Reveals She Was Assaulted by Carl Andre in the Late ’70s
Recalling an incident when working as a waitress at 22, Barkin says that Andre choked her over an issue with her service, connecting that assault with Andre’s alleged murder of his wife, artist Ana Mendieta.
Artists Find Power in Erasure
In Otherwise Obscured, effacement, redaction, and illegibility are positioned as tactics that artists can employ to combat, highlight, or heal sociopolitical invisibility.
Feminist Video and Performance Art Thrives on TikTok
Teens are dancing to messages from their abusive exes, continuing the legacy of artists like Ana Mendieta and Suzanne Lacy.
A Contemporary Approach to Religious Symbols
A small yet mighty exhibition, Fragments of a Crucifixion highlights moments of mourning, as well as joyful moments of faith and collectivity that continue in the face of traumas.
Revisiting a Seminal Exhibition on “Third World” Feminist Art at A.I.R. Gallery
Dialectics of Entanglement: Do We Exist Together? revisits A.I.R.’s 1980 exhibition Dialectics of Isolation, important for its promotion of women artists of color at a time when the New York art world was painfully exclusive and discriminatory.
The Pursuit of Art, 2017
A year of truth-telling and electric painting.
When Art Refuses to Let Go
Delirious at the Met Breuer is an exhibition filled with beautiful but comparatively polite works by habitually transgressive artists.
The Feminist Avant-Garde, Now More than Ever
Their only solution was to make their revolution their own way, without help and without precedent.