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Found vintage images of women on horseback, shooting guns, riding motorcycles and flying planes, have been printed on large plastic structures that overpower in the booth, supplying a necessary voice of the powerful women who came before, leading the battle cry into the future. Servane Mary at Triple V What the world needs now is more bad-ass ladies on motorcycles. Margaret Lee at Jack Hanley Gallery When Margaret Lee first showed her sculpture of a comically large cowboy hat pierced with a phallic hollow rod, the felt hat was a light baby blue. It's a restructuring of the male gaze towards a brighter, more egalitarian future, and a welcome ode to the other half of the population. Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. It's a strength of women in numbers. Logan White, however, knows how to capture those surrealist daydreams with that authenticity we crave. It's a weekend of big money, late nights, confusing artist x celebrity collaborations that often seem picked out of a hat, and overall, an excuse to be frivolous. Sometimes being obvious is the only way to make people listen. Max Maslansky at Five Car Garage If the current climate has shown us anything, it is the importance of acceptance. After the election it became clear the image was too subtle, too nice. Logan White at Night Gallery Forget burning bras, the state of the country is making some of us feel like letting it all go up in flames. Max Maslansky is an ally in every sense, showing images of women in ecstasy and strength painted on found bed sheets and stitched together in soft erotica. Kate Messinger 02 December Every December, artist, gallerists, collectors and random celebrities find themselves in Miami Beach navigating the cultural earthquake of Art Basel and its hundreds of resulting aftershocks in the form of satellite fairs, art pop-ups, and hotel parties. Here, she puts the camera on herself, playing with the concept of "negative make-up" and painting her entire skin the color of her lipstick. The women may be faceless and the members may be overpowering, but the print as a whole redefines the "nasty woman" and urges us all to wear the label loud and proud buy yours here. The subjects seem trapped by perspective -- from the viewer, from society, from the medium of paint on canvas -- stuck in their homes or in their bodies, surreal and altered as if caught in a glitch on film. Subscribe to Get More.

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Sometimes being obvious is the only way to make people listen. Luckily, the French artist Servane Mary is not only giving us images of women throughout history who've bent the rules of the gender binary, but she's made them physical and larger than life. It's a question of what makes a woman through the lens of the viewer, and a peek into the grotesqueness that we sometimes force on ourselves. Her photos range from editorial to slightly pornographic but her themes stand strong, showing women and sexuality in a form that begs to be consumed. It's a restructuring of the male gaze towards a brighter, more egalitarian future, and a welcome ode to the other half of the population. So Lee changed the hat to an empowered pink, a big ol' symbol of the transparency of the patriarchy, too garish to ignore. Kate Messinger 02 December Every December, artist, gallerists, collectors and random celebrities find themselves in Miami Beach navigating the cultural earthquake of Art Basel and its hundreds of resulting aftershocks in the form of satellite fairs, art pop-ups, and hotel parties. But there is a power that radiates from the collection of canvasses in the lineup. Logan White, however, knows how to capture those surrealist daydreams with that authenticity we crave. It's a weekend of big money, late nights, confusing artist x celebrity collaborations that often seem picked out of a hat, and overall, an excuse to be frivolous. Here, she puts the camera on herself, playing with the concept of "negative make-up" and painting her entire skin the color of her lipstick. Max Maslansky at Five Car Garage If the current climate has shown us anything, it is the importance of acceptance. Max Maslansky is an ally in every sense, showing images of women in ecstasy and strength painted on found bed sheets and stitched together in soft erotica. It's a strength of women in numbers. Aneta Grzeszykowska at RASTER Gallery The Polish artist Aneta Grzeszykowska is known for shifting the perspective of the body in her photography and videos, showing detached body parts made of pig skin, obstructing faces and washing away the line between what we see as real and surreal. Subscribe to Get More. After the election it became clear the image was too subtle, too nice. At the New Art Dealers of America NADA contemporary art fair, which highlights small and emerging galleries, many artists used their wall time to send a message, presenting feminist themes that some might deem unladylike or even, to quote the president elect, "nasty. Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. Servane Mary at Triple V What the world needs now is more bad-ass ladies on motorcycles. The subjects seem trapped by perspective -- from the viewer, from society, from the medium of paint on canvas -- stuck in their homes or in their bodies, surreal and altered as if caught in a glitch on film.



































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Max Maslansky at Five Car Garage If the current climate has shown us anything, it is the importance of acceptance. Her photos range from editorial to slightly pornographic but her themes stand strong, showing women and sexuality in a form that begs to be consumed. Max Maslansky is an ally in every sense, showing images of women in ecstasy and strength painted on found bed sheets and stitched together in soft erotica. Found vintage images of women on horseback, shooting guns, riding motorcycles and flying planes, have been printed on large plastic structures that overpower in the booth, supplying a necessary voice of the powerful women who came before, leading the battle cry into the future. But there is a power that radiates from the collection of canvasses in the lineup. Logan White, however, knows how to capture those surrealist daydreams with that authenticity we crave. Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. Here, she puts the camera on herself, playing with the concept of "negative make-up" and painting her entire skin the color of her lipstick. The women may be faceless and the members may be overpowering, but the print as a whole redefines the "nasty woman" and urges us all to wear the label loud and proud buy yours here. Luckily, the French artist Servane Mary is not only giving us images of women throughout history who've bent the rules of the gender binary, but she's made them physical and larger than life. Sometimes being obvious is the only way to make people listen. So Lee changed the hat to an empowered pink, a big ol' symbol of the transparency of the patriarchy, too garish to ignore.

It's a restructuring of the male gaze towards a brighter, more egalitarian future, and a welcome ode to the other half of the population. The subjects seem trapped by perspective -- from the viewer, from society, from the medium of paint on canvas -- stuck in their homes or in their bodies, surreal and altered as if caught in a glitch on film. Max Maslansky is an ally in every sense, showing images of women in ecstasy and strength painted on found bed sheets and stitched together in soft erotica. Margaret Lee at Jack Hanley Gallery When Margaret Lee first showed her sculpture of a comically large cowboy hat pierced with a phallic hollow rod, the felt hat was a light baby blue. At the New Art Dealers of America NADA contemporary art fair, which highlights small and emerging galleries, many artists used their wall time to send a message, presenting feminist themes that some might deem unladylike or even, to quote the president elect, "nasty. Subscribe to Get More. Logan White, however, knows how to capture those surrealist daydreams with that authenticity we crave. Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. It's a strength of women in numbers. Sometimes being obvious is the only way to make people listen. The women may be faceless and the members may be overpowering, but the print as a whole redefines the "nasty woman" and urges us all to wear the label loud and proud buy yours here. Servane Mary at Triple V What the world needs now is more bad-ass ladies on motorcycles. Nasty nude women



Margaret Lee at Jack Hanley Gallery When Margaret Lee first showed her sculpture of a comically large cowboy hat pierced with a phallic hollow rod, the felt hat was a light baby blue. Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. So Lee changed the hat to an empowered pink, a big ol' symbol of the transparency of the patriarchy, too garish to ignore. But there is a power that radiates from the collection of canvasses in the lineup. It's a weekend of big money, late nights, confusing artist x celebrity collaborations that often seem picked out of a hat, and overall, an excuse to be frivolous. Luckily, the French artist Servane Mary is not only giving us images of women throughout history who've bent the rules of the gender binary, but she's made them physical and larger than life. Found vintage images of women on horseback, shooting guns, riding motorcycles and flying planes, have been printed on large plastic structures that overpower in the booth, supplying a necessary voice of the powerful women who came before, leading the battle cry into the future. It's a restructuring of the male gaze towards a brighter, more egalitarian future, and a welcome ode to the other half of the population. Her photos range from editorial to slightly pornographic but her themes stand strong, showing women and sexuality in a form that begs to be consumed. It's a strength of women in numbers. After the election it became clear the image was too subtle, too nice. Sometimes being obvious is the only way to make people listen.

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But this year, in the wake of the presidential election, there is a sudden sense of urgency in the artwork on display, especially from female artists. Her photos range from editorial to slightly pornographic but her themes stand strong, showing women and sexuality in a form that begs to be consumed. So Lee changed the hat to an empowered pink, a big ol' symbol of the transparency of the patriarchy, too garish to ignore. Margaret Lee at Jack Hanley Gallery When Margaret Lee first showed her sculpture of a comically large cowboy hat pierced with a phallic hollow rod, the felt hat was a light baby blue. It's a weekend of big money, late nights, confusing artist x celebrity collaborations that often seem picked out of a hat, and overall, an excuse to be frivolous. Here, she puts the camera on herself, playing with the concept of "negative make-up" and painting her entire skin the color of her lipstick. It's a question of what makes a woman through the lens of the viewer, and a peek into the grotesqueness that we sometimes force on ourselves. Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. After the election it became clear the image was too subtle, too nice. The women may be faceless and the members may be overpowering, but the print as a whole redefines the "nasty woman" and urges us all to wear the label loud and proud buy yours here. Max Maslansky is an ally in every sense, showing images of women in ecstasy and strength painted on found bed sheets and stitched together in soft erotica. The subjects seem trapped by perspective -- from the viewer, from society, from the medium of paint on canvas -- stuck in their homes or in their bodies, surreal and altered as if caught in a glitch on film. At the New Art Dealers of America NADA contemporary art fair, which highlights small and emerging galleries, many artists used their wall time to send a message, presenting feminist themes that some might deem unladylike or even, to quote the president elect, "nasty. Subscribe to Get More. Luckily, the French artist Servane Mary is not only giving us images of women throughout history who've bent the rules of the gender binary, but she's made them physical and larger than life. It's a strength of women in numbers. Sometimes being obvious is the only way to make people listen. It's a restructuring of the male gaze towards a brighter, more egalitarian future, and a welcome ode to the other half of the population. Kate Messinger 02 December Every December, artist, gallerists, collectors and random celebrities find themselves in Miami Beach navigating the cultural earthquake of Art Basel and its hundreds of resulting aftershocks in the form of satellite fairs, art pop-ups, and hotel parties. Found vintage images of women on horseback, shooting guns, riding motorcycles and flying planes, have been printed on large plastic structures that overpower in the booth, supplying a necessary voice of the powerful women who came before, leading the battle cry into the future. Aneta Grzeszykowska at RASTER Gallery The Polish artist Aneta Grzeszykowska is known for shifting the perspective of the body in her photography and videos, showing detached body parts made of pig skin, obstructing faces and washing away the line between what we see as real and surreal.

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Men too can be feminists, lifting us up and fighting together. So Lee changed the hat to an empowered pink, a big ol' symbol of the transparency of the patriarchy, too garish to ignore. After the election it became clear the image was too subtle, too nice. It's a strength of women in numbers. Max Maslansky is an ally in every sense, showing images of women in ecstasy and strength painted on found bed sheets and stitched together in soft erotica. Max Maslansky at Five Car Garage If the current climate has shown us anything, it is the importance of acceptance. Servane Mary at Triple V What the world needs now is more bad-ass ladies on motorcycles. It's a restructuring of the male gaze towards a brighter, more egalitarian future, and a welcome ode to the other half of the population. The subjects seem trapped by perspective -- from the viewer, from society, from the medium of paint on canvas -- stuck in their homes or in their bodies, surreal and altered as if caught in a glitch on film. Her photos range from editorial to slightly pornographic but her themes stand strong, showing women and sexuality in a form that begs to be consumed. But this year, in the wake of the presidential election, there is a sudden sense of urgency in the artwork on display, especially from female artists. It's a weekend of big money, late nights, confusing artist x celebrity collaborations that often seem picked out of a hat, and overall, an excuse to be frivolous. Aneta Grzeszykowska at RASTER Gallery The Polish artist Aneta Grzeszykowska is known for shifting the perspective of the body in her photography and videos, showing detached body parts made of pig skin, obstructing faces and washing away the line between what we see as real and surreal. Luckily, the French artist Servane Mary is not only giving us images of women throughout history who've bent the rules of the gender binary, but she's made them physical and larger than life. Here, she puts the camera on herself, playing with the concept of "negative make-up" and painting her entire skin the color of her lipstick.

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