Journalist and author Meredith Ochs shares insights into Aretha Franklin’s life and her impact on the music industry.
Art Writer Morgan Everhart selected five of the best female-driven art exhibitions to see in New York City this May.
Artist Mandy Chesney’s domestic craft and kitsch sensibility can be seen throughout her multidisciplinary practice and questions the traditional notions of fine art.
Becca Van K’s artistic spirit is committed to tenderness and humor. Her work draws from the natural world, nostalgia, and comforting objects.
The large-scale installations for which Grimanesa Amorós is best known pair programmed LED lights with other media to embody natural phenomena and human strength.
Charlotte Perriand was the creative force behind some of Le Corbusier’s best-known designs. Her story sheds light on the gender pay gap that follows us today.
American photographer and artist Cindy Sherman established her decades-long career by focusing her work on a very specific person—herself.
Three mental health professionals share insights on anxiety causes and the medical realities of anxiety.
From Niccolò Tribolo to Mary Cassatt, these are some ways breasts and breastfeeding have been pictured in western art.
Shannon Burgess’s alter ego is a velociraptor named Ralph. Discussing her involvement in furry fandom, she explains how the community has shaped her life.
When Wanda (played by Barbara Loden) divorces her husband and leaves her two small children behind, she is quickly stripped of her identity.
Rachel Ivers upholds LCVA’s objective to collect art that shows the importance of history and culture in a healthy, democratic society.
Women have long changed the course of art history. From Rembrandt to Duchamp, these are the artists who made their name by painting female nudes.
For many women working from home, a personal home office is empowering. But it also means facing insecurities and the repression of female creativity.