Feminism

Twenty years after the First Cyberfeminist International at Documenta X, what does Cyberfeminism look like in 2017?

Rediscovering Jo Bondy through her assemblages, box works, and ceramics from the 1960s to 1970s

Melbourne

15 Dec
25 Mar

The New York-based filmmaker has been questioning the politics of image-making for more than three decades

Why her impact on art history is inestimable

Alison Gingeras in front of work by Betty Tompkins in 'Sex Work' at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Art Fair Video - 17 Oct 2017

‘It’s important to understand that feminism is not a monolithic movement’

Virginie Despentes's trilogy, 'Vernon Subutex', and the revival of state-of-the-nation novels 

Dear Ivanka Propoganda (still), 2017

From Kate Millet to Dear Ivanka, explore new perspectives on feminism and sex-positivity in a playlist by the curator of Sex Work

Penny Slinger, Alison Gingeras, Marilyn Minter and Cosey Fanni Tutti speaking at Frieze Talks 2017

Four pioneering female artists in a Frieze Talks panel chaired by Alison M. Gingeras, curator of Sex Work

A generation of feminist artists, censored for their sexual explicitness are being recognized in a new section at Frieze London - curator Alison Gi

Nina Höchtl and Julia Wieger discuss researching the Austrian Association of Women Artists and their efforts to disrupt unreliable histories

Renate Bertlmann, Eva im sack (‘Evan in bag’, 2010). Digital print, 80 x 80 cm (detail). Courtesy: the artist and Richard Saltoun, London

A new section for 2017, curated by Alison Gingeras, exploring feminist art and radical politics