Why not start off the new year by getting inspired by dynamic women artists?
A report from England … Walking around one of Manchester’s most prominent fancy dress shops recently I was horrified at the outfits it had to offer. It’s not that the stock was scarce or anything, its just that with all the lycra nurse outfits that look as though they would only just fit a child, […]
The Latinas we see on TV and in film too often are relegated to being maids or sexy, voluptuous women. But we are so much more. This Women’s History Month, I want to celebrate just a few of the powerful and inspirational Latinas who defied stereotypes, greatly contributed to history and personally inspired me. Frida […]
Everywhere: Happy Valentine’s Day! If you need some ideas for how to celebrate a day of love, check out How to Have a Feminist Valentine’s Day. Paris: If you happen to be in the city of l’amour–and if you are, I am jealous–you should head over to the Centre Pompidou and see the last week […]
Feminist artist Judy Chicago, known best for her iconic work, The Dinner Party, recently released the book Frida Kahlo: Face to Face, coauthored with art historian Frances Borzello, in which the two converse over a selection of the esteemed Mexican artist’s work. The well-illustrated volume explores Frida Kahlo as a woman and an artist, as […]