Trans artist Poppy DeltaDawn believes in evolution and pliability. Her work is a reminder of impermanence and the constant transformation of bodies.
Closing this Weekend: Art writer Morgan Everhart selected six exceptional female artists during this September’s Armory Week in NYC.
Artist Claudia Santiso paints unknown landscapes of distant lands, inviting viewers to refocus on their minds and wander.
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.
American photographer and artist Cindy Sherman established her decades-long career by focusing her work on a very specific person—herself.
Composer Madeleine Cocolas took an intuitive approach to writing music for Off Canvas.
Panmela Castro uses street art as a vessel to raise awareness of women’s rights in Brazil.
Painter Jennifer Caviola knows from her own experience that creating connections can heal.
Shydlouskaya is a contemporary mixed media artist whose works are monumental in scale.
Suzanne Unrein’s art echoes references to mythology, art history, and personal experience in unique ways.
Karen Navarro transforms traditional prints into three-dimensional objects to reflect on her own sense of identity.
Despite an interest in art from a young age, American folk artist Grandma Moses didn’t begin her artistic career until she was 78 years old.