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 - http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/video/2014/jan/23/girls-jemima-kirke-women-art-video - Related to this, also view the video 'Guerrilla Girls: Estrogen Bombing - Yoko Ono's Meltdown' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYnTO5eed8U
Gerhard Richter : Overpainted Photographs : * Visionary Tokyo
Germaine Greer "I have always been principally interested in men for sex. I've always thought any sane woman would be a lover of women because loving men is such a mess. I have always wished I'd fall in love with a woman. Damn."
This is why Debbie Harry is my personal Private Icon// SUCH A BADASS
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…
Michael McManus talks about working as an artist's assistant. 'After Frieze I decided to find other artists to assist. I contacted artists that had continued to influence my practice whilst at University. I sent them an expression of interest with an informative section on my first assistant job. I found that asking particular artists directly rather than sending block e-mails to galleries was a much more effective way of getting a response. .. I received a call from a painter ..'
The Real Yoko Ono (Part 6 of 6) 素顔のジョン&ヨーコ- documentary http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPLnjoEPwe0