Topic Descriptor: feminism×
  • [La pregunta de cómo uno puede funcionar como un activista...]
    Crockford, Michael
    1998
    In this essay, Michael Crockford discusses how the artistic practices of Yolanda Lopez combine feminism, activism, and community building. He observes that Lopez challenges indeed lowly depictions of Mexican-Americans in the United States by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841988

  • Arte feminina e feminismo
    Leirner, Sheila, 1948-
    1982
    Sheila Leirner discusses feminine and feminist art in Europe, the United States and Brazil. In her opinion, movements of this kind proliferated in 1980s art, which also served as a vehicle for reporting on the situation of the woman in the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111363

  • El feminismo se impone
    Posada, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913
    1907
    The synopsis and the annotations in English are coming soon. However, our bilingual readers can click on “Español” to access this information in Spanish [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 779764

  • En un país de machistas, ¡hágase la loca!
    Uribe de Urdinola, Maritza
    1979
    This interview was conducted by Maritza Uribe de Urdinola, the founder of the Museo de Arte Moderno La Tertulia (Cali, Colombia). Published in the magazine Carrusel in the daily newspaper, El Tiempo, the interview was practically a monologue [by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 858193

  • Felisa [sic] Bursztyn : la mujer de las camas
    Zuluaga, Beatriz, 1934-
    1975
    “Felisa [sic] Bursztyn: La mujer de las camas” [Felisa [sic] Bursztyn: The woman of the beds] is an article (part story and part interview) written by Beatriz Zuluaga after a visit to Feliza Bursztyn’s workshop around 1975. The interview [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 858154

  • Gretta
    Gretta, 1947-
    1980
    Greek-Brazilian artist Gretta Sarfaty asserts that there is an undeniable tie between her art and her life as a woman in this society. As a woman, she faces constant aggression against, among other things, her sensuality—an issue that, by means of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111212

  • La última sábana
    Azcarate, Ana de
    2004
    Researcher Ana de Azcárate analyzes the art of Sandra Vivas from her early production through 2004. De Azcárate points out constants in Vivas’s work, such as feminism and machismo, the use of her own body in performances and in videos, and the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1164030

  • Mary Dritschel I
    Leirner, Sheila, 1948-
    1982
    The Brazilian art critic Sheila Leirner considers the scope of the exhibition by Mary Dritschel, the U.S. artist with a show at the Luisa Strina gallery in São Paulo: Da Caixa à Flor. The artist’s work was a contemporary example of “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111361

  • Masculino e feminino
    Matos, Olgária C. F.
    1989
    In this text, Olgária Matos discusses the parameters of what is masculine and what is feminine, starting with the theoreticians collectively known as the Frankfurt School (Theodor W. Adorno, Herbert Marcuse, and Max Horkheimer). In the writer’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111231

  • Papeles Picados : Lola Cueto
    Charlot, Jean
    1947
    In a series of philosophical commentaries, Jean Charlot emphasizes what is important and novel in Lola Cueto’s perforated paper works. He points out that one must remove parts of a stone in order create something. He talks about the idea of taking [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 825735

  • Valleduper, mayo 28 de 1968
    López Michelsen, Alfonso, 1913-2007
    1969
    The prologue to the book El homosexualismo en el arte actual [Homosexuality in Contemporary Art] by the Colombian artist Pedro Restrepo Peláez was written on May 28, 1968, by the liberal politician Alfonso López Michelsen, who begins by mentioning [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1094268

  • Yolanda López
    Crockford, Michael; Dolak, Kelly J.; Exposito, Alessandra V.; Fredman, Gina F.; Mormile, Linda M.; Polanco, Katiusca; Roman, Miguel A.
    1998
    In this essay, Michael Crockford discusses how the artistic practices of Yolanda Lopez combine feminism, activism, and community building. He observes that Lopez challenges indeed lowly depictions of Mexican-Americans in the United States by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841963