Louise Bourgeois, sculpture. In 1973, Bourgeois began teaching at the Pratt Institute, Cooper Union, Brooklyn College & the NY Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. She also taught for many years in the public schools in Great Neck, Long Island. During the 1970s, Bourgeois was a member of the Fight Censorship Group, a feminist anti-censorship collective that defended the use of sexual imagery in artwork.
The Shape-Shifter: How Lynda Benglis Left the Bayou and Messed With the Establishment
You notice her face first. This is odd, because she’s nude, her body bronzed and oiled, with one wiry arm holding a large double-sided dildo between her legs. Her eyes aren’t even in play; a pair of white sunglasses covers them. The focus is really on her face, framed by an androgynous hairstyle that could […]
An archival resource for the feminist artwork Womanhouse, (1972) Los Angeles led by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro through CalArts; artists Faith Wilding, Mira Schor, Nancy Youdelman, Robin Mitchell, Sheila de Bretteville, Johanna Demetrekas and others.