Women Artists

Photography

Claude Cahun. A Surrealist Queer Prophet

Claude Cahun famously said "Masculine? Feminine? It depends on the situation. Neuter is the only gender that always suits me." Photographer,...

Candy Bedworth 15 June 2020

The Art of Botanical Illustration

Although the recent weather patterns here in the US might not suggest it, we are in the midst of Spring. It's that time of year where people are out...

Rachel Witte 8 June 2020

Artist Stories

Photos of Famous Artists When They Were Kids

Sometimes it is hard to remember that famous artists were also children at one time, just like all of us. We have selected six of them for you to see...

Dévra Taboada 5 June 2020

Women Artists

Julia Morgan, America’s First Successful Female Architect

America's first successful female architect, Julia Morgan ran her own architectural firm for almost half a century. Although best known as the...

Alexandra Kiely 5 June 2020

Women Artists

An Interview with Emily Thomas

Emily Thomas is a 24 year old, British, emerging artist. At first glance, her bright and vibrant sculptural work is distinctive and abstract. In a...

Isla Phillips 25 May 2020

Museum Stories

Chitra Ganesh Visualizes Sultana’s Dream by Begum Rokeya

Chitra Ganesh’s Sultana’s Dream exhibition at the Memorial Art Gallery (MAG), University of Rochester, attributes a few pivotal reasonings to...

Urvi Chheda 22 May 2020

Museum Stories

Richard Saltoun Gallery: Bodily Objects – Review

Bodily Objects, curated by Philomena Epps, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. 1.05.2020 - 30.06.2020, access online viewing room here. The business...

Guest Profile 20 May 2020

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True: Artemisia on Trial Goes Online!

With museums and theaters closed, drama and art are having a hard time during quarantine. However, both these sectors have the chance of reinventing...

Arianna Richetti 16 May 2020

Women Artists

Anita Berber: Femme Fatale of the Weimar Republic

Born on 10 June, 1899 in Dresden Germany, Anita Berber shocked and entertained the cabaret and bourgeois crowd of the Weimar Republic right up to her...

Kelly Hill 14 May 2020

Women Artists

Girl Power: Six Online Exhibitions by Female Artists That You Can View from Home

Although the art world may have slowed down recently, galleries and museums are making a conscious effort to provide alternative ways to experience...

Yasmin Ozkan 13 May 2020

Women Artists

Violeta Parra, First Latin American in the Louvre

In April 1964 the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris hosted an extraordinary exhibition which went down in history as the first solo show of a...

Magda Michalska 7 May 2020

Women Artists

Sofonisba: The Life of a Rule-Breaker Painter

During the Italian Renaissance, women artists were not allowed the same access to artistic education as men. Sofonisba Anguissola, however, used her...

Nina Relf 6 May 2020