Adventures in an intersectional approach to feminist art.
Kissing Doesn’t Kill….but thesising does.Liz Gip
Lorna Simpson (American, b. 1960), Untitled, 1989
illuminated bus shelter as part of AIDS Art on the Road
Convergence series, Nikita Gale
Mickalene Thomas, “Polaroid series #4” (2012)
“Tête-à-Tête” curated by Mickalene Thomas currently on view at Yancey Richardson Gallery through August 24th.
You must see this! The Black Venus Project
Authentic, Timeless and Overdue photography by Maxim Vakhovskiy
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“Jenny Holzer’s Truism,” from LaToya Ruby Frazier’s portfolio “Campaign for Braddock Hospital (Save Our Community Hospital),” 2011.
Mickalene Thomas (American b.1978). La Lecon D’Amour, 2008. Rhinestones, acrylic, and enamel on wood panel. 96 x 120 inches. © Mickalene Thomas.
Mickalene Thomas (American b.1978). You’re Gonna Give Me The Love I Need, 2010. Mixed media collage. 8 x 8.5 inches. © Mickalene Thomas.
Betye Saar (American b.1926). Woman With Bird In Her Hair, 2010. mixed media collage on paperboard,13 1/2 x 12. © Michael Rosenfeld Gallery.
Carrie Mae Weems (American, b. 1953). Portrait of a Woman Who Has Fallen from Grace and into the Hands of Evil , 1988. Gelatin silver print. Purchased by Smith College 1991
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