According to performance art duo Pony Express, we've fucked the biosphere. To help us fuck it more gently, their new project includes a composting glory hole, bee BDSM, and sprouting panties.
Rosa Loy was one of the few female members of post-reunification Germany's New Leipzig School, but her paintings are 100 percent woman. We talked to the artist about working with history, what it's like to be part of a "movement," and why she only...
We talked to the painter Heidi Hahn about how she mines her emotions for her work, failure, and equality both in and beyond the art world.
In 2010, Germaine Greer deemed Rose Wylie, whose bold, billboard-sized paintings had caught the feminist writer's eye, Britain's "hottest new artist." Wylie was 76. We caught up with the artist to talk about how her career has changed since.
We talked to multimedia artist and award-winning poet Heather Phillipson about how her dramatic, immersive installations reflect the shifting relationship between our bodies and technology.
Since the 1970s, Elaine Reichek has been using the embroidered sampler—as well as collage, knitted sculpture, installation, and video—to explore power and gender through the divide between "art" and crafts.
In a new show opening in London this week, the British painter applies her signature bright colors and deft sense of character to subjects that range from her family to her favorite poets.
In Peruvian photographer Milagros de la Torre's work, documentation is a tool bound up in the narrative of power.
In advance of her upcoming show at the Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles, we talked to the down-to-earth artist about being a loner, the craft worker mentality, and the mess of having a body.
We talked to duo Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg about how they combine animation, sculpture, and sound to address political issues like gender, racism, and poverty.