Theatre of the Self, by Delpha Hudson ‘The act of looking back, of seeing with fresh eyes, of entering an old text from a new critical direction – is for woman far more than a chapter in cultural history; it […]
Emma Harvey is a British artist. You might have seen her sexy, funny, standout work in group shows and the Art Car Boot. Based in London and Kent, Emma Harvey’s work explores themes of sexuality and the place of women […]
It’s the last days of American artist Hannah Wilke’s show at Alison Jacques Gallery, London ( to 21 December 2018). Hannah Wilke’s firm legacy as a pioneering, often controversial, feminist and conceptual artist is evident not only in her early […]
British Artist Rachel Ara is a conceptual and data artist who explores the relationships between gender, technology and systems of power. She graduated with a Fine Art degree from Goldsmiths College, London, where she won the prestigious Burston award. As […]
Sadie Lee is an award winning British figurative painter. Her work became instantly recognisable after her friend entered the painting she’d done of the two of them into the BP Travel Award in 1992 without her knowledge. The painting was […]
Pioneering British artist Penny Slinger, creates work in many mediums and is best known for her surreal dreamlike collages, photography and art performance. Slinger came to prominence in the 1960’s with her radical art and feminist perspective. Recently a film […]
This Autumn you can see work by feminist artist Hannah Wilke at the Alison Jacques Gallery, London. The exhibition includes work spanning three decades by Hannah Wilke. Frieze Week: Extended Hours Wednesday 3 October: 10am – 6pm Thursday 4 October: […]
Brooklyn Museum has added 96 works by female artists to it’s collection.
The museum marked the 10th anniversary of the Elizabeth A Sackler Center for Feminist Art with a year long celebration of groundbreaking feminist exhibitions: A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum.
Richard Saltoun Gallery presents the first UK exhibition of Tomaso BINGA (b. 1931, Salerno, Italy) and Greta SCHÖDL (b. 1929, Hollabrunn, Austria), bringing together two octogenarian female artists both working in the fields of visual poetry since the 1960s. Binga […]
Review by Lucy Tamar Payne Punk is fun but no one wants to go to a penal colony Pussy Riot are a Russian feminist punk group founded in 2011 whose powerful protests in public places have earned them importance as both […]
Pioneering international avant-garde artist Renate Bertlmann is our profiled artist on WIA today. Read her Q&A here.
Bertlmann is one of five artists featured in Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics, a new section of the fair dedicated to women artists working at the extreme edges of feminist practice since the 1960s.
A weekend of art and creative events in support of violence against women. Nasty Women UK is at Stour Space, 7 Roach Road, Hackney Wick, London E3 2PA. Nasty Women UK will run from 22nd to 24th September at Stour Space in […]
It’s a Nasty Women East London massive this weekend with events in Shoreditch and Hackney Wick. Nasty Women UK takes place at Stour Space this weekend 22 to 24 September. Anyone feeling dismayed or outraged by the rise in non-inclusive and misogynistic stories in the media is being urged to take part in a public arts and performance event in London. #Nastywomen
When wanna-be-president pussy botherer called Hilary Clinton a ‘nasty woman’ during the final presidential debate, he may not have realised that his misogynistic comment would kickstart a global art protest movement. The shock of Trump winning the presidency led artist […]