Let’s Tell and Rewrite the Stories Ourselves

By the end of February, I read somewhere that there was a ‘challenge’ called “Name 5 women artists.” I started thinking about my own list – Abramović, Kusama, Calle, Iturbide and… no-no-no-no, I don’t want to think of...

Valeria Napoleone and the all-female art collection

Valeria Napoleone is one of Britain’s leading buyers of contemporary art. Working in an art world dominated by male owners and collectors, Napoleone has a distinct aesthetic agenda – she only buys work made by women. Spanning a variety of artistic mediums, she has...

Creating Warrior Women: Annie Wu

This is the first of a series of blogs on kick-ass female graphic artists who are taking the comic world by storm. These blogs offer a sneak peek into our upcoming exhibition, Warrior Princess, which will explore warrior girls from around the world and provide...

Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris

The Blue Room (La chambre bleue), by¬†Suzanne Valadon (1865‚Äì1938). Oil on canvas, 900 x 1160mm. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Mus√©e national d’art moderne. I don’t paint like a woman is supposed to paint. Thank God, art doesn’t bother about...

Leopards and Lilies

Swapna Biswas Art is a means to express oneself. It does not deal with the absolute, but with the perception of the artist based on what he or she feels about society. Art encompasses a wide range of creations and expressions such as music, films, photography,...

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