An intersectional multi-media exhibition gathering twenty-five artists together – that’s how feminists celebrate their 25th birthdays!
As the holidays are fast approaching and you’re trying to make your way through the countless sneaky gift guides and consumerism traps, you might find yourself with Mariah singing her very own Christmas wishes in your one ear and a burning question in the other: what is it that I really want? As for us, the answer is clear: all we want for Christmas is the fall of patriarchy.
Join us for a chat with Leeds-based illustrator Louisa Foley about her project “Are We Nearly Bare Yet” which turns submitted nude selfies into colorful works of art.
Making fanzines is an illness that began with the sci-fi fans, continued with British punks and then spread up around the whole world. There are fanzine festivals, fanzine databases, and even Facebook groups. Milos Hroch maps the brief history of the most striking Czech fanzines in his new book I shout “That’s me!,” published by PageFive.
Open up your heart, speak your mind. Soft Within’s first group show in Berlin explores mental health, diversity, and equality.
Dutch photographer Daantje Bons playfully deconstructs and reconstructs gender roles in her delicate yet striking photographs.
Boobs here, boobs there, boobs everywhere you look. Make sure not to miss Annique Delphine’s upcoming exhibition at Berlin’s coGalleries.
Czech independent feminist organization Čtvrtá vlna uses videos to spread awareness. Check our interview with the collective sharing their views on feminism within the space of social media.
Welcome to Amy Worrall’s world where beach bodies and Sanrio characters are made of clay.
On the verge of shadow and light, Eylül Aslan’s photographs are expressions of intimacy playing with disguise.