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Where are the Girls? Jemima Kirke on women in art – video

Jemima Kirke discusses how women have always made art, even if they've been absent from the history books (and gallery walls). This short film made by the Tate investigates the role of women as makers, not just muses - - Related to this, also view the video 'Guerrilla Girls: Estrogen Bombing - Yoko Ono's Meltdown'

History of Visual Arts: The Rise of the Renaissance - YouTube

Gerhard Richter : Overpainted Photographs : * Visionary Tokyo

ピンもと:Lost At E Minor: For creative people

The Fanciful, Monstrous Feminine: one of the greatest feminist art series, ever

This incredible series of photographs features “morbid depictions of common beauty rituals” of women. Created by artist Jessica Ledwich, each photo is just as bizarre as the next, showing just what women have gone through in their beauty practices that are quite “monstrous”. Ledwich says her project explores the fact that throughout “history, the bodies […]

Tasha Tudor, an American illustrator of children’s books. She lived the life — a 19th century life — she depicted in her books: “She wore kerchiefs, hand-knitted sweaters, fitted bodices and flowing skirts, and often went barefoot. She reared her four children in a home without electricity or running water until her youngest turned five…” She raised her own farm animals; turned flax she had grown into clothing; and lived by homespun wisdom: sow root crops on a waning moon, above-ground…

ピンもと:ABC News

VIDEO: Baby Polar Bear Cub Nursed by Humans When Mother Couldn't Feed It

Love the stories of Humans if New York so it is wonderful to see the story of HONY and how it came to be.

patti smith. I should just make a Patti Smith board already.


Young Girls Depict History's Most Influential Women

"Young Girls Depict (some of) History's Most Influential Women"

Suminagashi (sue-me-NAH-gah-she) literally means “floating ink” and is an ancient form of Japanese marbling dating back over 800 years. Colored inks are floated on a bath of clear water and then gently manipulated into delicate patterns. Paper is carefully laid on top of the water to absorb the colors and then lifted. This is a form of monoprinting where no two prints will be exactly the same.

ピンもと:The Metamorphosis Journal

How Art Movements See Homer or an introduction to art movements with a timeline

This is something I made for myself-a-few-years-age! I remember reading my first art book and the writer was talking like: this artwork seems just like Baroque and that is an exception of Rococo. O…