"I'm not saying pride should be a riot every year. But these rainbow flag binches need to know that people before them fought for their comfort."
Enter a magical world where beautiful women dance with severed heads.
SaveArtSpace reclaims advertising for the female gaze.
Feminist artist and activist Natalie White has walked 250 miles and even been arrested in the name of feminism. Now, she turns to large-scale self-portraits to get her point across.
The Untitled Space hosts a group show that pays tribute to women in history whose accomplishments are often overlooked by mainstream historical narratives.
A series of performative self-portraits animate artist Ange’s new exhibition ‘Equilibrium: An Allegory of Rebirth.'
Cristina Tufiño makes whimsical, tropical-hued clay bits.
Alexandra Levasseur paints fantastical portraits of women that balance naturalism and existentialism.
Koak draws cartoonishly cubist women who can’t quite escape their bodies.
'We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women , 1965-85' is a group show that focuses on women of color as artists and activists
Jillian Evelyn wants us all to express the feelings we hide inside.
This San Francisco group show brings boobs to the forefront.