BY Tess Duncan
on Jan 11, 2013
The iconic artist’s clothing has been locked away for almost 60 years, first under the guard of Kahlo’s husband Diego Rivera and later of close friend Dolores Olmedo. After Olmedo passed away in 2004, the Mexican painter’s wardrobe was finally released for the first time in decades.
Frida Kahlo is widely known for her striking self-portraits and the influence of her Mexican heritage in her paintings. Her wardrobe also demonstrates her appreciation of Mexican culture, as the exhibit holds many of her long skirts and corsetry. Read More
BY Katrina Pallop
on Jan 07, 2013
A happy Monday morning to you, dear reader. While you’re prying your eyes open in preparation for a brand new work week, let me a present you with an early reward for your effort. Here is a brand new webseries for you to fall in love with (if you haven’t already)—Chloe and Zoë.
Chloe and Zoë is the brainchild of Chloe Searcy and Zoë Worth, two 23-year-old women with a cool mix of LA and NYC informing their style. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Jan 04, 2013
This Sunday, January 6th, Tom Tom Magazine and MoMa PS1 are teaming up to bring you an afternoon of amazing drum performances from a handful of talented lady musicians. Tom Tom is the world’s only magazine for female drummers and The Oral History of Female Drummers will be its second event organized with ARTBOOK at MoMa PS1.
The drummers will engage in a call and response performance throughout the several floors of the museum. Notable beatboxer Ashley “Say Wut?!” Moyer will find each woman, re-interpret her personal beat, and pass off beats from drummer to drummer. Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing
on Dec 11, 2012
In an industry that has always been considered a bit of a boys club, it's refreshing to see a woman’s name anywhere in the mix. Comic books were, after all, a "boy thing" for quite some time. Boys read them, boys collected them, boys were, almost exclusively, the main characters to appear in them. But in the last couple of decades, girls have started to become readers, collectors and stars of their own books. Slowly, women have started writing and drawing their own work, and are asserting themselves as a driving force behind the content of comics. Read More
BY Genevieve Bleidner
on Nov 20, 2012
Part drawing, part digital manipulation, multi-media artist/illustrator Heidi Phelps creates some stellar posters, prints, and even flasks out of her one-woman studio Wayward Broad.
The renegade art studio promotes empowerment for women and awareness of women’s issues through artistic expression. Recently she has released a special edition piece, titled Tres Gatos Rosados (Cat Triptych), in support of Pussy Riot. Read More