The title of Great Women Artists is complete with a strikethrough across “women,” to indicate that the artists within are “great artists” regardless of gender. Visually, it’s arresting, but its intention is murky.
An artist, mother, and source of inspiration for Detroit artists, the legacy Rose Brown Dalessandro leaves behind is not simply one of form, but one of the struggles attendant to its creation.
Our culture is quick to put down a woman who seeks money or power at the same time that it valorizes the men who do so.
A crowdsourced transcription project hopes to make the lives of women artists, art historians, art dealers, and gallery owners easier to keyword search and read.
A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women at the Museum Susch suggests that letting women be multivalent is a critical piece of letting women be seen.
The exhibition, The Medea Insurrection, comes across not as an apology but a cumulative roar against the curtain of silence and opacity that renders invisible the works and lives of women artists everywhere.
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.