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Contemporary Art

Milena ZeVu’s ArtWalks – A Retrospective

Belgrade-born artist Milena ZeVu has long established an international career for herself. Marking her 20th anniversary in the art world, the...

Carlotta Mazzoli 7 July 2022

Art History 101

Hags and Slags? A History of Witchcraft in Art

Hold on to your broomstick as we fly through time to check out the delicious and diabolical witch in art history.

Candy Bedworth 31 May 2022

body representation art Women Artists

Stretching the Body – A Reflection on the Representation of the Human Figure

In Northern Italy, in Turin, you can find the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, one of the most interesting Italian spaces dedicated to...

Arianna Richetti 3 March 2022

Women Artists

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? 50 Years Later

The well-known essay Why have there been no great women artists by Linda Nochlin was originally published in ARTnews in January 1971. It is an essay...

Errika Gerakiti 1 March 2022

Review

Titian’s Vision of Women at Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna

The Titian’s Vision of Women. Beauty–Love–Poetry exhibition is a major highlight of Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna that runs from 5...

Nicole Ganbold 19 December 2021

Review

The Women Who Changed Art Forever: A Novel Graphic about Feminist Art

The Women Who Changed Art Forever is a graphic novel written by Valentina Grande with the illustrations of Eva Rossetti. It’s a visual journey...

Arianna Richetti 25 November 2021

Interview

CHEAP: When Art Meets Activism – Interview with the Co-founder Sara Manfredi

“Art” and “activism” surely are not enough words to describe what CHEAP is. CHEAP is an innovative Italian street poster art...

Arianna Richetti 18 September 2021

Museum Stories

Shahzia Sikander – An Extraordinary Past in Present Time

Exhibition review of "Shahzia Sikander: Extraordinary Realities" at the Morgan Library and Museum, New York, USA (June 18 - September 26, 2021)

Jennifer S. Musawwir 21 July 2021

European Art

Victorian Feminists and Their Supernatural Powers

The Victorian feminists in 19th century England paved the way for the women’s movement across the world. The “New Woman,” as she was...

Anastasia Manioudaki 3 April 2021

History

Petticoats, Pennies, and Politics: A Short History of the Suffragette Penny

Have you ever found one of those old brown British pennies? In an antique shop or in one of Grandma’s old handbags? Just a small, flat copper disc?...

Candy Bedworth 12 December 2020

Women Artists

The Post-Minimalistic and Feminist Art of Lynda Benglis

Post-Minimalism refers to all art practices that came out in the late 1960s. It embraces Body Art, Performance Art, Process Art, and aspects of...

Errika Gerakiti 4 November 2020