This 19th-century master of portrait miniatures is not widely remembered today, but her well-observed work and the daring life she lived still have so much to teach us.
With a focus on diversity and shared experiences, “As I Sit Waiting” by Lydia Nobles examines the complex issues surrounding abortion rights.
Artist Antonia Wright places her own body at the center of her art projects, fusing her womanhood—her humanity—in the work itself.
Ellen Berkenblit has spent more than 30 years breaking down conceptual walls with her paintings.
This year’s “Young Talent Exhibition” at the Affordable Art Fair underscores its role as an entry-point for artists and collectors alike.
This Weekend in NYC: Art writer Morgan Everhart selects the top artists and organizations to visit for Bushwick Open Studios 2022.
Learn about five little-known women in history who made big contributions to our modern world, from Yosano Akiko to Rosalind Franklin.
Women who argue with men are often told to “calm down” simply because they’re expressing themselves.
The drag kings scene in New York, led by Lee Valone Velour and others, shows that gender is performance.
This Weekend: Art writer Morgan Everhart selects five exceptional booths showing female artists during this September’s Armory Week in NYC.
Natasha Wright is a New Zealand-born artist based in New York City. Natasha has exhibited in the United States and internationally. Her large-scale paintings fuse figuration and abstraction. Wright’s work explores the…
Online dating is a common experience, but one that isn’t often explored in very complex ways in media or art.
After more than 40 years of activism and high-profile works of art, the legacy of the Guerrilla Girls continues to endure.
The heroines of “Anne of Green Gables” and “Little Women” have inspired generations of young girls, but their messages are actually quite different.