Written by Lily-Cannelle Mathieu Edited by Gabby Marcuzzi Herie David Ruben Piqtoukun, an Inuvialuit artist born in Paluatuk, a small town located in Canada’s Northwest…
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Written by Erin Havens, Edited by Gabby Marcuzzie Herie
In 1959, Frank Stella unveiled his Black Paintings series at the Museum of Modern Art. Rejecting the tendencies du jour of Abstract Expressionism, Stella shocked and bewildered both critics and viewers with the bleak, repetitive systems of his Black Paintings.
Written by Erika Kindsfather, edited by Gabby Marcuzzi Herie
Fin-de-siècle Vienna was the site of a thriving young philosophical and artistic milieu, yet the individuals contributing to these intellectual circles were predominantly male. With the exclusion of women from male-dominated intellectual circles, their schools of thought gave rise to misogynistic theories.