Tag: Guerrilla Girls

NEW AT THE WHITNEY: AN INCOMPLETE HISTORY OF PROTEST

On August 18th, An Incomplete History of Protest goes on view at the Whitney Museum from the Whitney's own collection. The exhibition displays how artists from the 1940s-2000s have confronted the political and social issues of their time. The artists' see their work as essential to challenging established thought and creating a more equitable culture, such…

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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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RESISTANCE ROUNDUP – THIS WEEK’S MOST CREATIVE ACTS OF PROTEST

Every day Donald Trump does something else that is worth protesting. The past week was no exception to the rule - big names came out for a rally against Trump’s proposed cuts to arts funding, female artists channeled the Guerrilla Girls with creative acts of resistance and LGBTQ activists danced the night away in front…

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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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