Kara Walker’s work “A Reduction” is currently on view at St. Peter in Cologne. She doesn’t shy away from asking uncomfortable questions that center around sexism and racism and this piece is no exception.
Especially intriguing is the exhibition space – a Catholic church in downtown Cologne, Germany.
Where are all the women artists? How can feminist art intervene in politics? How can we diversify the canon and the museum space? In the exhibit “Beuys & Girls”, taking place in Düsseldorf from June 5 to July 10, Magdalena Kita, Johanna Reich und Marleen Rothaus exhibit their latest works and tackle questions of inequality and lack of representation of women artists.
In her 1971 essay “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”, art historian Linda Nochlin points out […]