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LAUREN GREENFIELD: GENERATION WEALTH @ THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

Lauren Greenfield, "Generation Wealth" The International Center for Photography, NYC September 20, 2017 - January 7, 2018 Documentary filmmaker and photojournalist Lauren Greenfield’s Generation Wealth is a socioculturally pertinent retrospective currently on view at The International Center for Photography. The exhibit features roughly 200 photographs, interviews, and documentary films chronicling the impossible pursuit of wealth, beauty,…

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“SECRET GARDEN: THE FEMALE GAZE ON EROTICA” EXHIBIT AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on Erotica EXHIBITION ON VIEW June 27 – August 5th ARTIST TALK + RECEPTION "Art, Sex & Censorship" July 20th  // 6-9pm THE UNTITLED SPACE 45 Lispenard Street Unit 1W NYC 10013 The Untitled Space gallery has announced a new exhibition to open on June 27th, titled “SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on…

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SIX MUST SEE FEMALE POWERED ART SHOWS OPENING THIS SPRING

The future may be female but women have been making their mark on art history since the beginning of time. This spring, go see a female-centric art exhibit in NYC and the surrounding areas. Check out our selection below of the most interesting current and upcoming exhibitions that feature radical female artists. Betty Tompkins | Virgins…

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‘MARILYN MINTER: PRETTY / DIRTY’ @ THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty The Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11238 Running through April 2nd, 2017 Long before It-girl artists were exposing their body hair in NSFW pictures on Instagram, Marilyn Minter was using photographs, paintings and video to explore sexuality and beauty by getting up close and personal with the female body. Her…

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ART IS THE ANSWER – 12 FEMALE ARTISTS SHAPING THE PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

IT IS NO SECRET THAT THE ART WORLD, though responsible for propagating spectacular, history-shaping movements, has been at best an uneven playing field for men versus women in the fight for respect and artistic reification. At worst it’s served as an unassailable fortress wherein institutionalized sexism is not just a latent function of the system…

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THE “F” WORD: FEMINISM IN ART – A GROUP SHOW OF 20 FEMALE ARTISTS // OCTOBER 20-30

The "F" Word: Feminism in Art Exhibit Opening THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE & THE UNTITLED SPACE present The “F” Word: Feminism in Art A Group Show of 20 Female Contemporary Artists Curated by Indira Cesarine & Denise Krimershmoys The Untitled Space 45 Lispenard Street Unit 1W NYC 10013 Opening: October 20th 6-9pm Exhibition on View October…

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KATE NASH’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

“Don’t let the bastards get you down.” These fighting words, passed from mother to daughter, were surely echoing in Kate Nash’s head the day she decided to quit her job at a Portuguese chicken fast food restaurant and pursue music full-time. After being rejected from university and suffering a fall which left her with a…

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SONGSTRESS JEWEL OPENS UP TO THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

“I wrote 'Who Will Save Your Soul' when I was sixteen because I wanted to hitchhike through Mexico for Spring Break.” And with that, legendary singer and poet Jewel created what would become the seminal track for one of the best-selling debut albums of all time: 1995’s fifteen-time platinum Pieces Of You. Jewel’s back-story is…

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