Posts Tagged ‘feminist art’

Pauline Curnier Jardin

by Nadia Egan // Oct. 21, 2022
The warmth of another muggy summer’s day radiates into Pauline Curnier Jardin’s studio. Tucked away in a courtyard just off the Maybachufer, the muffled sounds of…[read on]

Valie Export’s Feminist Archive

Article by Sofia Bergmann // July 11, 2018
The female body conforming to its surroundings and the conflicts of modern societal and technological evolution are themes explored through the exhibition of Valie Export’s archival collection at the Neuer Berliner[read on]

Spotlight // Michelle Rawlings

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

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 // Ivonne Thein

by Georgina Hahn // Jun. 22, 2016
Ivonne Thein’s work evokes images eerily familiar to those found in the beauty industry. The “beautiful” qualities found in mass media appropriated by…[read on]

Art & Feminism // An Interview with Tina Sauerländer


Interview by Nora Kovacs in Berlin // Jun. 25, 2015
In a world where women are constantly having to defend their position in the work place, curator and writer Tina Sauerländer provides a space in which women creatives can meet, discuss, collaborate, trust,…[read on]

Announcement // FEMEA (Feminism, Experimental Media and Electronic Arts)

Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Friday, Feb. 06, 2015.

On Friday, February 6th, The Gender Troublers will be hosting a one day festival at the Universität der Künste Berlin. FEMEA (Feminism, Experimental Media and Electronic Arts), organized by the members of a seminar at the Universät der Künste, will consist of a group exhibition, presentations, performances, workshops, music, and interventions addressing gender politics and inequalities…[read on…]

Exhibition // Heads : Shapes and Surfaces of Eva Maria Salvador

Eva maria Salvador's Kopfe series at ACUD projecktraum 2014

Blog post by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014.

Köpfe at ACUD Macht Neu is an exhibition that offers glimpses into artist Eva Maria Salvador’s ongoing, ever-changing oeuvre, in stark photographs and gestural paintings over prints. In this show Salvador confidently presents works that are neither whole nor finished…[read on…]