It seems that we gallerists need to do more to encourage gender parity in our exhibition programming. And even, or perhaps controversially, to self-correct by putting more female artists on our rosters and walls.
Upon the announcement of the 2016 MacArthur Fellows, let's examine the language we use to celebrate their brilliance.
I've lived among weapons since I was born. In December 1994, my mother and other relatives were killed during military operations by the Colombian Government against the FARC-EP. This event, which I survived, changed my life.
For more than 30 years, a group of anonymous women has exercised guerrilla tactics in gorilla masks to draw attention away from them and toward the lack of diversity in the art world. We don't know their faces or even their names.
Care of our favorite masked feminist avengers, the Guerrilla Girls.
The fantastically radical Guerrilla Girls went on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" to talk about women and art.
Images: Shawn Reinoehl Styling: StylebyJorge.com I have done a similar approach with art, fashion and the selfie. What makes
The Girls originally banded together in 1985 as a response to the Museum of Modern Art's exhibition, "An International Survey
7. Jennifer Nagle Myers 11. Orrie King 4. Annie Ewaskio The art world is gearing up for the Whitney Biennial this month, a
Part political posters, part works of fine art, the Guerrilla Girls' wheatpaste prints shook up the art world in 1980s New