A program of shorts and features organized by Beth B for the International Film Festival Rotterdam examines issues of conformity among women, challenges gender stereotypes, and advocates for female agency.
In an evening covering her practice since the 1980s, Kembra Pfahler and her collaborators bring transgressive, wildly inventive, take-no-prisoners performance to the Kitchen.
On June 24, Warhol Icon kicks off the museum’s Summer Happenings series with multimedia performances evoking the Velvet Underground singer and artist.
At Printed Matter’s annual event, some of the highlights were objects that expanded upon the idea of what books can provide: an affordable means to experience and collect art.
One of the most important tools for helping feminism reach a wide audience in the 1960s and ’70s was the consciousness-raising (CR) group.
The recently deceased Thomas Kinkade may have had barely any effect on the contemporary art world (beyond a thoughtful essay or two), but the influence of the artist I’d call the original painter of light, Claude Monet, has waned little over the past century. And currently two Monet-inspired exhibitions are taking up the same subject of artist’s passion: his gardens at Giverny.