Painting and Drawing
“We’ve always been here and are just claiming our rightful space within Islam," says artist Yas Ahmed.
The Guggenheim's head curator goaded the president with a golden toilet, so his supporters fought back with single stars.
In the 1930s and '40s, women were hired in animation jobs formerly held by men. Their path to success was anything but easy.
"Salvator Mundi," long missing, was expected to fetch at least $100 million.
The city's cultural institutions are still reckoning with that summer, half a century later.
The 2005 drawing depicts New York's skyline with -- surprise, surprise -- Trump Tower front and center.
Meg Zany pays homage to those "who have shattered gender norms to make a difference" in her new project.
"My wish is to have more art than advertisements in public spaces."
These artists and curators want to tell a feminist history and address what's at stake in America today.
This is a historic and long overdue decision.