Joan Semmel has created a distinctive body of work largely centered on painted images of her own body.
A lot of people mistake my work for a man’s.
There is a particular thrill in catching an artist in one of those rare moments when they are radically altering the premise of their own work and walking out on a limb, before the direction’s meanings and effects have become codified within their own practice.
From illustrated sex dreams to a guide to “queering herbalism” to comics about the trans Armenian-American experience, the fourth annual NYC Feminist Zine Fest was a showcase of radical, DIY intersectionality.
Plunge into dreams at Volta NY 2016.
MILAN — The most startling pairing in The Great Mother, an exhibition that tracks the iconography of motherhood in art and popular culture from 1900 to 2015, is a sculptural stand-off between Sarah Lucas and Thomas Schütte.
In 2009, a striking collection of some 2,000 black-and-white photographs went up for auction at Sotheby’s, but unfortunately it failed to sell.
A comic book industry veteran for the last decade, Kelly Sue DeConnick first earned her chops adapting manga to English.
As long as I can remember, I’ve organized and been involved in artist groups and collectives.
When I walked into Emily Roysdon’s latest exhibition, If Only a Wave, at Participant Inc., I initially felt like I might not be able to decipher the work.
It made immediate sense to me that an artist who had cut her teeth making video works was able to transpose their sense of social commentary onto her formal works.
Brooklyn’s Interference Archive is showcasing the work of the women who occupied the area surrounding England’s cruise missile installation, reshaping British public opinion and attracting international attention to the nuclear arms race.