Tag Archives: feminism

Artist Introspectives

Touch/Don’t Touch

Artist Introspectives

Touch/Don’t Touch

Artist Gabrielle Civil shares the freedom her performance practice has brought her, and the frustration of dealing with oblivious racism in 2017.

Looking at Los Angeles

Kathleen Ryan: Weightless Again at Ghebaly Gallery

Looking at Los Angeles

Kathleen Ryan: Weightless Again at Ghebaly Gallery

Lindsay Preston Zappas reviews Kathleen Ryan’s recent sculpture exhibition at Ghebaly Gallery, “Weightless Again” —a reclamation of feminine modernism.

Memory at the Seams: Doris Salcedo’s Sumando Ausencias

Memory at the Seams: Doris Salcedo’s Sumando Ausencias

In Doris Salcedo’s public-art installation “Sumando Ausencias,” thousands of volunteers blanketed Bolívar Square with cloth containing the names of the victims of Colombia’s decades-long conflict.

#callresponse

#callresponse

Curator and writer Tarah Hogue shares her project “#callresponse,” an exhibition giving voice to the importance of Indigenous North American women.

Unapologetic: Women Artists and Power through Vulnerability

Unapologetic: Women Artists and Power through Vulnerability

A selection of quotes and artworks from ART21-featured women artists proving that vulnerability and weakness are by no means synonymous.

Speaking Without Words

Speaking Without Words

Part poetry, part proclamation, this experimental text by artist Siobhan Aluvalot reveals the motivations driving her work.

Writer-in-Residence

The Feminist Legacy in Radical Plastic

Writer-in-Residence

The Feminist Legacy in Radical Plastic

In this essay, Writer-in-Residence Maggie Davis explores the feminist inspirations for the exhibition “Radical Plastic,” opening Saturday.

Fame and Feminism: An Interview with Kate Durbin

Fame and Feminism: An Interview with Kate Durbin

With a merciless girliness, feminist performance artist Kate Durbin gently bridges the gap between exposed and hidden parts.

A Fat Brown Babe’s Guide to Exposure (in Five Acts)

A Fat Brown Babe’s Guide to Exposure (in Five Acts)

Virgie Tovar delivers a powerful proclamation against our patriarchal society’s demand to be thin.

How to use the F-word in 2016: The Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover

How to use the F-word in 2016: The Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover

Museum director Megan Johnston shares the inside scoop on organizing the Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover, a series of exhibitions and events throughout Minnesota from January to March 2016.

“The Revolution Will Be Painted” Revisited

“The Revolution Will Be Painted” Revisited

Last year, as part of ART21 Magazine’s “Revolution” issue, feminist new genre painter Anne Sherwood Pundyk rewrote the lyrics to Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” to create …

New Kids on the Block

The Go! Push Pops on Future Feminisms

New Kids on the Block

The Go! Push Pops on Future Feminisms

Go! Push Pops—a transnational radical queer feminist performance art collective—creates “work that visually represents a future of feminism as a form of healing.”

Gimme Shelter: Performance Now

Speaking Truth to Culture: An Interview with Czech Curator Zuzana Štefková

Gimme Shelter: Performance Now

Speaking Truth to Culture: An Interview with Czech Curator Zuzana Štefková

Columnist Marissa Perel visits Czech curator Zuzana Štefková, “known for her challenging curatorial projects that work across religious, ethnic, and social divides.”

Pop Culture Pirate [interview w/Elisa Kreisinger]

Pop Culture Pirate [interview w/Elisa Kreisinger]

Elisa Kreisinger is a video remix artist, writer, curator, and educator whose work often addresses feminist, queer, and social issues. While there is a long history of appropriation-based political critique …