Tag: feminism

Headbanging with Metal Unicorns: Joanna Winograd’s Unique Potion

Inspired by religious art from the Middle Ages and traditional Latin-American art, as well as her own surroundings, artist Joanna Winograd’s illustrated world is filled with badass women. They’re witches…

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Wednesday Kim

Wednesday Kim was born in Korea, immigrated to America in her early teens. She is a multimedia artist whose work is in the medium of video, performance, installation, and sculpture. She…

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Frida Kahlo’s woredrobe, 50 years after her death

The Mexican artist's wardrobe has remained locked since her death in 1954. Fashion was an important tool to transform here physical and emotional insecurities into strength and beauty, that she…

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coGalleries: Annique Delphine ‘ Reclaim the Feminine ‘

coGalleries is pleased to announce ‘Reclaim the Feminine’ the first solo-exhibition dedicated to Berlin-based artist Annique Delphine, curated by Emma McKee. The exhibition will open on February 9, 2017 and…

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Interview to post ViktoriaValter

Victoria Alexandrova aka VikaValter is a multimedia artist born in Kamchatka, 1982. Her current exhibition, Red Line is a collection of works in varying mediums united by the self-reflection of…

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Radical Trans*feminist Art at the Schwules Museum

Millionaires Can be Trans* // You Are So Brave was a highly successful multi-media exhibition framed by a series of performances, film screenings, and lectures at the Schwules Museum this…

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