Monthly Archives: March 2014

Semiotics of the Kitchen by Martha Rosler

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“I’ve always so…

“I’ve always sought to express a tension in form and meaning in order to achieve a veracity. I have come to the conclusion that the art world has to join us, women artists, not we join it. When women are … Continue reading

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Credit Default Swap, 2012

  By K8 Hardy http://www.reenaspaulings.com/WK.htm    

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LTTR – A Collective Worth Looking Into

If you haven’t already heard of it, you should check out the fantastic feminist-queer artist collective known as “LTTR.” Their body of work comes out of communities that favor drastic political and social reforms, promoting primarily queer acceptance, sustainable growth, … Continue reading

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Hold Her Up

By Naomi Fisher, 2009 http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/reviews/kley/genesis-p-orridge10-6-09.asp

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The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium

The Reckoning, a new book by the authors of After the Revolution (Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal, and Sue Scott) focuses on a group of contemporary women artists who have found success in the traditionally male dominated art world. … Continue reading

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Check out Adela Andea before March 21

Come by Women and Their Work to see our current show. Site-specific intervention primarily constructed of light and plastics, climb, grow, and pulse in Adela Andea’s sculptures.

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