Category Archives: NYC

Weed Graffiti by Gina Dawson

Artist Gina Dawson‘s paper-made “graffiti” flowers placed in small crevices and spaces around New York. A hint of spring in unexpected places – Found via beautiful/decay. Advertisements

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Anonymous Was a Woman Award Announces 2010 Nominees

Anonymous Was A Woman announced yesterday the ten artists selected to receive the Foundation’s fifteenth annual awards. The “no strings” grant of $25,000 enables women, over 45 years of age and at a critical juncture in their lives or careers, … Continue reading

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Emily Jacir in the New York Times

The New York Times just did a great interview with Emily Jacir in which she discusses her upcoming solo exhibition at the Guggenheim. The exhibition will feature Material for a Film, Jacir’s installation piece re-creating the 1972 assassination of the … Continue reading

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“I know what it feels like to be a wife that no one pays attention to…”

We all know that female artists are underrepresented in galleries and art history tomes in addition to earning less than their male counterparts. Duh–that’s one of the main reasons Women & Their Work exists. But as a new documentary reveals, … Continue reading

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