Posts Tagged ‘feminism’

Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo

by Emily McDermott // June 28, 2019
It’s hotter inside than outside at this time of year, especially in artist Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo’s sunny third-floor Kreuzberg studio. Floating through the window from…[read on]

The Bitterness of the Global Care Chain

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Sept. 28, 2018
‘Bitter Things: Narratives and Memories of Transnational Families’ at Archive Kabinett examines the significance of things and objects for families separated by the global care chain[read on]


BLINK // Michelle Rawlings

Michelle Rawlings: 2017, Installation View // Courtesy of AND NOW

Article by Louisa Stark // May 12, 2018
A very particular culture and aesthetic surrounds the figure young woman or teenage girl that, nowadays, is both created by and viewed through the framework of social media. Michelle Rawlings, a[read on]


BLINK // Natalie Frank

Berlin Art Link Blink article about Natalie Frank

Article by Louisa Stark in Berlin // Mar. 25, 2018
At a glance Natalie Frank’s most recent work seems to follow in the tradition of Edgar Degas, both in her choice of subject matter and its subversion. The New York based artist’s 2017 exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery was a[read on]