Greatness, in this new golden age of wealth and vanity collecting, is inextricably linked to money, selling prices, and auction results.
This curatorial approach is self-defeating in furthering a feminist art historical discourse.
In this extensive interview from a year before the pioneering feminist art historian passed away, she shares her thoughts on women in the art world, particularly during the Abstract Expressionist movement.
Published after her death, this succinct volume draws important art historical connections pointing to longstanding struggles with depictions of misery.
Linda Nochlin, who passed away on Sunday at 86 years old, reconfigured not just the art world, but seemingly all areas of culture.
First published in ARTnews in 1971, Nochlin’s essay is considered to be one of the first major works of feminist art history.
In the fourth episode of the Hyperallergic Podcast we focus on the Women of Abstract Expressionism exhibition at the Denver Art Museum.
The New York Public Library just released a iPhone and Android app that lets anyone with a library card freely download any of the 300,000 eBooks in its collection.