Throughout history, there have been many truly iconic logos designed by women. Some of these have been used to represent powerful brands and have been embraced by many across the globe. Others have added a touch of elegance or unexpected humour to an otherwise sensible brand. The examples outlined below are a selection that I felt have remained potent throughout time.
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From Artemisia Gentileschi to Wangechi Mutu, 2019 was a year in which women artists broke through the male canon
Action painting, textiles, photography — any medium female artists have tried, they’ve excelled in. Now an exhibition in Boston is giving them credit.
‘That’s not art it’s Victorian porn!’ – how one small Barbie doll took on the art world Nancy Langham-Hooper Art She pops up in galleries, denouncing prestigious works of art as ‘pre-Raphaelite wet T-shirt competitions’. Now ArtActivistBarbie is taking her feminist message to social mediathompsongjennifer2020-05-01T09:26:50-05:00
Museums and art galleries are not usually the sites of feminist political protest. Yet over the past couple of years, before the lockdown, gallery visitors all over the UK had noticed a small, determined activist whose modus operandi is “Small signs, big questions, fabulous wardrobe”.
2020 marks the beginning of the Texas Asian Women Artists Series, a three-year initiative developed by the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas. The first exhibition in the series is Beili Liu: One and Another, now on view through August 16 at the museum’s Dallas Art District home.