EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE HARVEY WEINSTEIN TRIAL

The takedown of Hollywood superpower Harvey Weinstein began in 2017, with a New York Times investigation that rattled his position in the industry, his fortune and his marriage. The influential producer had once been known for creating iconic films like Pulp Fiction and Shakespeare in Love. However, decades of sexual abuse inflicted by Weinstein were…

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THE WOMEN BEHIND ANDY WARHOL’S WORK TAKE CENTER STAGE AT THIS EXHIBIT

"Femme Touch" The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA Opens April 24, 2020 Andy Warhol’s stories are told and retold through his artwork, his career in commercial advertising, experimental films and avant-garde design. However, The Andy Warhol Museum will be bringing an alternative perspective to the visionary’s narrative, one that is centered around the women who…

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NATIONAL ARCHIVES BLURRED CRITICISM OF TRUMP IN A WOMEN’S MARCH PHOTOGRAPH

A bevy of powerful placards and slogans hovered over streets around the country last weekend at the Women’s March 2020, continuing a tradition that had begun in 2017 as a response to the election of the 45th President of the United States. And while “Trump Is Not My President” remains a perennial theme, the march…

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THIS BRILLIANT ART EXHIBIT DECLARES WAR ON ANTI-ABORTION LAWS

Last year, Alabama passed the Human Life Protection Act, which bans abortions and criminalizes doctors who perform the procedure. A few weeks after, Georgia passed a law that prohibits abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which usually happens after 6 weeks of pregnancy (most women wouldn’t know they were pregnant yet). Legal abortion is…

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VIRGINIA RATIFIES THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT 38 YEARS AFTER THE DEADLINE + 2020 WOMEN’S MARCH

After being elected to Virginia’s state government for the first time in a generation, the Democrats are continuing to make history with the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment on Wednesday, January 15th . This makes Virginia the 38th state to advocate that the "equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or…

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YOU WILL NOW GET CARDED TO BUY ART IN THE U.K.

Buying art for the sake of art is an extreme sport, practiced infrequently. And while showing off a sculpture priced as much as a condo in New York isn’t a crime, doing it to conceal an illegal stash of cash is. However, transactions in the art trade aren’t regulated, making it difficult to spot the…

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CANNES FILM FESTIVAL MAKES HISTORY WITH SPIKE LEE AS JURY PRESIDENT

The Cannes Film Festival was founded in 1946 but it’s only just catching up with the 21st century. They announced this week that the jury will be presided over by veteran filmmaker and director Spike Lee in 2020 - making him the first African-American to step into those polished shoes. Known for exploring human connection…

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NEW YEAR, NEW EMPOWERING ART BENEFIT BY THE UNTITLED SPACE SUPPORTING ART4EQUALITY

Art4Equality Benefit Group Show and Auction Presented by The Untitled Space 45 Lispenard Street, NYC 10013 Exhibit Reception Thursday, January 23rd, 6-8pm RSVP events@untitled-space.com The Untitled Space kicks off the the new year with an empowering benefit group show, throughout the month of January 2020 supporting Art4Equality featuring a revolving exhibition of artworks that will…

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THE ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS ARE OUT FOR 2020

Oscar is a picky man who fraternizes, for the most part, with fellow white males. You’ll often find him comfortable in their homes, but that doesn’t stop Hollywood from getting dolled up each year to entice him into the shelves of more diverse living rooms. The 92nd Academy Awards nominations proved that this isn't an…

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ARTIST MISS MEATFACE COLLABORATES WITH FLEUR DU MAL FOR A SURREAL “PEEP SHOW” EXHIBIT

Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface, a multidisciplinary artist hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area is collaborating with New York's subversive chic lingerie label Fleur Du Mal to display a selection of her photography including unique Polaroids, photographic prints on aluminum and photo printed ceramics. The Untitled Space gallery (which represents the artist) recently announced the…

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MRS. MAISEL’S GUIDE TO SHATTER THE PATRIARCHY IN HIGH HEELS

Minds and outfits were changed, lipsticks were reapplied and pearls were strewn about - but Midge Maisel is finally back (albeit fashionably late) to the premiere of Season 3! The Marvelous Mrs.Maisel is a 1960s housewife-turned-comedian from New York, who found her way to 21st century streaming devices in 2017, and has been winning hearts,…

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THE COMPLETE LIST OF GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS 2020

Predictions for Oscar winners have already begun, propelled by the rounds of nominees doled out by the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild last week. Most of the Golden Globe nominees affirmed cord-cutters and the unquestionable shift of talent, audiences and awards to streaming services (that brought in a total of 30 nominations compared…

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RACIAL DIVERSITY IN FASHION MAY FINALLY BE GOING BEYOND TOKENISM

Historically, white, skinny, and straight women have been the face of fashion. The rise of social media has made the last few years revolutionary in changing that standard. Gender and size inclusivity, along with racial representation, are becoming the norm as brands recognize they would be alienating their customers if they choose to ignore these issues.…

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Banksy's Gross Domestic Product popup in London

BANKSY’S ONGOING WAR WITH ART COLLECTORS TAKES A NEW DIGITAL FORM

Last month, Banksy’s ‘Devolved Parliament’ sold for $12.1 million at Sotheby’s, making him one of the world’s most expensive street artists (without a commission to show for it). However, if your wallet boasts of anything upwards of €10, you can bring home a ‘Banksy’ too.  The infamous graffiti artist has made his work accessible (again)…

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Governors Awards 2019

INCLUSIVITY WAS THE THEME FOR THIS YEAR’S GOVERNORS AWARDS

Five decades ago, Lina Wertmüller became the first woman ever to be nominated for an Oscars category that was almost entirely monopolized by white men. Only four other women were nominated for ‘Best Director’ in subsequent years, and Lina made history with her 1975 movie, Seven Beauties.  On October 27 this year, Wertmüller was awarded…

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INSTAGRAM IS IN TALKS TO FREE THE NIPPLE WITH THE ARTISTS IT CENSORED

The female nipple, an unlikely hero of the censorship movement, is under scrutiny yet again. Last week, the Facebook and Instagram office hosted a debate over the controversial body part, with 20 assorted members of the art community - which was long overdue.  Director Lina Esco’s film Free The Nipple unleashed a movement much bigger…

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SavageXFenty show by Rihanna, 2019

WHY THE SAVAGE X FENTY LINGERIE SHOW REDEFINES FANTASY IN 2019

Rihanna debuted the term ‘sexy’ last month on technicolor runways of the Savage X Fenty show - an extravaganza with lingerie, hip-hop and spicy models. Presented live for the elite if you were lucky enough to attend (or anybody with an Amazon Prime account if your invite got lost in the mail) the show redefined…

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