What is a feminist picture? A MoMA exhibition is the latest to attempt to answer this question.
Show Me As I Want to Be Seen resists imposed and idealized models of being by probing the self — the unstable, performative essence of humanity — and bringing it to life with art.
A Gillian Wearing exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery puts her work in dialogue with her largely forgotten Surrealist inspiration.
Walking through In the Studio: Photographs, a three-part show organized by Peter Galassi, former Chief Curator of Photography at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and spread over several floors of the Gagosian empire on Madison Avenue, the underlying themes of accumulation, storage, labeling, and just plain looking remind us how artists often surround themselves with visual repertories.
Yesterday, top model Andrej Pejic met the Queen of England wearing a pencil skirt. Why is that a statement worthy of reporting, you ask? Because hiding underneath that pencil skirt was a piece of male anatomy.