Part 2 of a series on Venice.
Earlier this year, at the end of April, I was packing and preparing to move to Venice for two months. I’d been hired for an internship with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and I was excited to be going back to Italy: in 2013, I’d lived in Rome for a summer and studied in Bologna, but […]Read Post ›
Zubeida Agha is a member of the Guerrilla Girls, a feminist arts collective based in New York City. And before you get confused about why we are interviewing a late Modernist painter from Pakistan-that isn’t her real name. Founded in the late 1980’s, the Guerrilla Girls are a group of artist and art professionals from […]Read Post ›
The museum is highly problematic, but we normalize it. But we shouldn’t.
Rebecca Bedell is an Associate Professor of the Art of the United States, Art Department, Wellesley College. Professor Bedell is author of The Anatomy of Nature: Geology and American Landscape Painting, 1825-1875 and the soon to be published Moved to Tears: Rethinking the Art of the Sentimental in the United States. She is also much beloved […]Read Post ›
Maybe you’ve seen our series “Profiles in Art” , which follows female professionals in the visual arts. But were you ever curious about the writers here at the Female Gaze? Wonder no more because this week we’re sitting down and answering the questions we’ve sent out to our interviewees. We are feminist scholars that all came […]Read Post ›
Colleen Hill is a fashion historian, author, and Curator of Costume and Accessories at The Museum at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). She is currently based in New York City. Interview conducted by: Tiffany Chan Edited by: Morgan Moore & Tiffany Chan Cover Image by Bob Bland Q: What is your story? How did you […]Read Post ›
At the beginning of March, I had the incredible opportunity to help with the installation of Daniela Rivera’s show, The Andes Inverted, at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. The Andes Inverted is a response to Chile’s copper mine, Chuquicamata. The mine has been worked since before Columbus arrived in the Americas, and is now […]Read Post ›
Dahlia Al-Habieli is a scenic designer, visual designer and instructor currently based in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Born and raised in Abu-Dhabi, Dahlia has credited the city for fostering her love of storytelling and focused her work on building connections between languages, cultures and genders. She has won numerous awards for her work including the Independent […]Read Post ›