Israeli artist Shira Richter talks about the difficulty of being an artist and a mother — and the danger of a culture that ignores the voices of its mothers.
How are Jewish female artists supposed to navigate a world where only 30% of those represented by galleries are women? New York painter Melissa Meyer is here to tell you.
Sasha Rudensky takes haunting photographs that confront the fetishistic fascination that Eastern European women hold for some of us.
When artist Micol Hebron began counting the numbers of male and female artists on the rosters of galleries she found a staggering imbalance. So she set out to change it.