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Keyser's Recumbent Anvil, 2015.


COURTESY MACCARONE GALLERY

‘There Needs to Be a Revolution Every Day’: Brown, Keyser, Semmel, Gingeras Talk Feminism and Painting at Maccarone

Maccarone Gallery was filled to capacity last Wednesday evening for a panel titled “Painting and the Legacy of Feminism,” which featured painters Rosy Keyser, Cecily Brown, and Joan Semmel, who looked queenly. The panel was held in honor of the … Read More


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Joan Semmel, Centered, 2002. ©2015 JOAN SEMMEL/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK/COURTESY ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES, NEW YORK

Black-Sheep Feminist Artists

In the ’60s and ’70s, a subset of feminist artists pushed the limits of body art, political correctness, and female sexual agency; today their work is more influential than ever Read More


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Popular Mechanics

A new exhibition at Tate Modern shows how artists turned themselves into Pop stars. Read More