Interview with Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, who bravely launched their gallery in the midst of these hard times
A new gallery, founded by Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, is opening in New York. Tchotchke Gallery, directed by two… Read More
‘An international subconscious awareness of capitalism’ is the first solo-show of Argentinian artist Liv Schulman at the Venetian gallery A plus A .
For Sgt Pepper’s 50th anniversary, the great psychedelic visionary of feminist art has created a giant mop-top mural inspired by Fixing a Hole – a song that sums up what she has spent her entire career doing
Bulgarian artist Erka has rightly protested against Sofia’s total lack of statues of women by erecting her own pop-up versions. But permanent statues don’t advance feminism – they trap people in the past
A stuntwoman and artist, this 20th-century trailblazer was slandered and robbed by her rivals. As a new exhibition assesses the history of British tattoos, we reappraise the life of a radical
Many of the works overlooked in the 1960s and 70s will be seen in public for the first time when they go on display in London
Kubra Khademi’s eight-minute walk in Kabul wearing steel armour that emphasised her body shape inspires anger and death threats
Just in time for Halloween, the Anna Wintour Costume Institute at the MET has unveiled it’s first Fall exhibition in seven years.”Death Becomes Her” showcases a century of mourning attire (1815 to 1915) as well as illustrations, paintings, and daguerreotypes, all dedicated to the etiquette of bereavement.