Honoree Marilyn Minter will deliver the keynote lecture at the historic Trustees Theater in Savannah on February 19 at 6pm.
Can a Porn Website Liberate Women in Art?
The Pleasure Principle at Maccarone wavers between issues of women’s representation and those of pornography and art, without fully committing to either.
The Value of Art Criticism
What does it mean when art critics aren’t invited to participate?
Barbara Kruger, Yoko Ono, and Other Artists Create Covers for New York Magazine
As the magazine enters its 50th year, it is commissioning 50 New York artists to create cover designs, including Marilyn Minter, Mel Bochner, and more.
Tell Politicians How You Really Feel with Artist-Made Postcards
Every month, publisher Primary Information will release a new set of artist-made postcards intended to be sent to buyers’ representatives.
Best of 2016: Our Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows
We could never leave Brooklyn and still miss a slew of shows in our home borough. From outdoor art along the waterfront to group shows in Bushwick and ambitious political projects at Dumbo nonprofits, there was no shortage of great work in Brooklyn in 2016.
Marilyn Minter and Xaviera Simmons Talk Art, Sex, and Democracy
“Sometimes I say I make pictures of things that don’t exist but everyone knows they’re there.”
A Show of Over 100 Women Artists Offers Redress but No Resolution
MIAMI — The exhibition of over 100 women artists currently on view at the Rubell Family Collection is difficult to review because the works do not all fit into the space and the decision was made to rotate them over the course of the show.
Marilyn Minter’s Dirty Visions of Foods, Faces, and Feet
DENVER — Marilyn Minter’s life’s work, four decades of which are brought together in Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, presents the viewer with a Lacanian mirror.
Bargain-Basement Marilyn Minter Knockoffs for Four-Star Hotel
The Loews Hollywood Hotel on Los Angeles’s Highland Avenue may look like just another generic hotel, but its lobby benefits from some extra glitter and grit thanks to a pair of large-scale photographs by New York artist Marilyn Minter. Or, rather, its lobby features two large photos tailor-made to look just like Minter’s work, but they are not the genuine article.