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08.06.2017 | Hélène Trespeuch

The feminism of Sherrie Levine through the prism of the supposed “death of the author”

An American artist born in 1947, Sherrie Levine began her art career in New York at the end of th... Read more
« Take out your own trash, girl! » - AWARE
09.02.2017 | Camille Paulhan

« Take out your own trash, girl! »

Many artists in the 1960s took an interest in the dustbin as a sociological, critical and politic... Read more
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Present, continuous, past(s) – A virtual museum at the service of the (re)cognition of women artists in the 20th and 21st centuries - AWARE
19.11.2016 | Milena Páez-Barbat

Present, continuous, past(s) – A virtual museum at the service of the (re)cognition of women artists in the 20th and 21st centuries

Focus on MUMA : Museo de Mujeres Artistas mexicanas Read more
Lina Bo Bardi and the magazine Habitat - AWARE
25.10.2016 | Cecilia Braschi

Lina Bo Bardi and the magazine Habitat

In 1950, Habitat, a “review of architecture and art in Brazil”, was the tool of an ambitious hand... Read more
Yoko Ono and the poetics of ephemerality - AWARE
04.10.2016 | Annalisa Rimmaudo

Yoko Ono and the poetics of ephemerality

Nails, jars, ladders, doors, rags, piles of dirt, and yes, of course, an apple. Such is the view ... Read more
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Roni Horn and her literary doubles - AWARE
31.08.2016 | Marjorie Micucci

Roni Horn and her literary doubles

In 1975 Roni Horn (born in 1955, in New York where she lives and works) made her first solo trip ... Read more
News About One or Two Witches in France in the 1970s - AWARE
20.06.2016 | Fabienne Dumont

News About One or Two Witches in France in the 1970s

In France, in the 1970s, artists, critics and people interested in art were involved in feminist ... Read more
Representation as Violence: The Art of Kara Walker - AWARE
15.02.2016 | Vanina Géré

Representation as Violence: The Art of Kara Walker

Magic lanterns? Scenes of horror and guilty pleasures, more terrifying than the cruellest fairy t... Read more

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