3 feminist artists to discover at frieze london
See Sidsel Paaske, Jacqueline de Jong, and Jean Conner's provocative artwork.
lydia lunch’s new book is a feminist snapshot of our times
i-D talks to the no wave icon about 'So Real It Hurts,' her relationship with Anthony Bourdain, and revolting against the political chaos.
karena evans on starring in ‘firecrackers’ and directing music videos for sza
The 23-year-old talks about her role in the feminist film, escapism, and subverting the narrative.
feminism and femininity at maria grazia chiuri's dior couture show
The Dior designer continues to reposition couture for the woman of today.
why barbie is a feminist (yes, really)
i-D talks to Susan Shapiro, the author of Assouline's 'Barbie: 60 Years of Inspiration,' about what the iconic doll represents in 2019.
Alyson Zetta Williams
what exactly do the spice girls stand for in 2019?
We crash their reunion tour to find out.
suzanne lacy on making feminist art and why everyone should be an activist
"I tend to see activism as a human endeavor that goes along with citizenship. You can be an activist as a doctor, you can be activist as a psychotherapist, and you can be activist as an artist."
what the moby/natalie portman drama says about gender power dynamics
And the wider male insistence on beauty (and youth) being a form of power used over them.
Marie Le Conte
wendy red star's art celebrates the indigenous roots of feminism
Her new exhibit explores Native American ideologies and the forgotten history of the Crow tribe.
nobody photographs women like camille vivier
The French photographer just released her photobook Twist — a surrealist visual poem about women, sculpture and architecture.
what it's like to be a romani teenage girl
Barcelona-based photographer Neus Solà shows us what the transition into adulthood is like for girls whose lives are dictated by their community's rules.
how to support women and non-binary writers with cristina cala
The Why Women Project founder shares intel from their feminist book club.