#girlgaze: UNCENSORED at Subliminal Projects

  #girlgaze: UNCENSORED at Subliminal Projects By Sara Fortson   The art world, just like the world in general, is exceptionally male dominated.  There may not be more men in the world as far as numbers, but their presence in the workplace and the media is ever present.  In 2017 women have found that we have…

CUNT at Venus Over Los Angeles

CUNT at Venus Over Los Angeles By Sydney Walters Through September 2nd   For those versed in feminist art history, Venus Over Los Angeles’s show CUNT, is an intimate art collection from six key players of the feminist art movement. If you are unfamiliar with feminist art history, welcome to a crash course. CUNT has…

“Sweet Sticky Things” Soars at Launch Gallery

“Sweet Sticky Things” Soars at Launch Gallery By Genie Davis     Lili Bernard, Zeal Harris, and Loren Holland have created an absolutely beautiful show at Launch Gallery. Closed on May 6th, the show focused on empowerment and wonder in a splendid and vibrant homage to black women. The show’s title is taken from the…

Guerrilla Girls Part 2: Heroes of the Past and Present

Guerrilla Girls Part 2: Heroes of the Past and Present, An Interview with the Guerrilla Girls By Jacqueline Bell Johnson   In conjunction with their exhibition Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Art World & Beyond, at California State University San Bernardino, the Guerrilla Girls gave a talk on campus.  The talk presented…

April Bey: Fierce Beauty and Feminism

April Bey: Fierce Beauty and Feminism By Genie Davis Through April 2nd   At Coagula Curatorial through April 2nd, April Bey’s “Comply” is a tribute to women. The fierce beauty and feminism in her work reveals the female as a goddess, a queen, a bold and unrelenting force that is both spiritual and physical. Bey…