The avenues to freedom can be rather unexpected, as shown in this upcoming show.
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“As much as I respect the Vogue media brand and acknowledge its cultural weight, Africa, today, does not need it.”
Montreal-based Miss Me on feminism, the #MeToo movement and censorship.
Part voyeuristic experience, part monumental ode to detail, there is more than meets the eye in this immersive installation.
Your quest for the perfect pair of bottoms is finally over – Maria Stanley made pants!
We chat with co-curator of Other People’s Children about putting together the debut group exhibition and why it’s important for artists to have no restraints.
Cailin Russo reminds us that not everything is quite as it seems in our latest photo story.
These provocative and unapologetically bizarre digital collages juxtapose the perverse with the serene and the serious with the silly.
Suit aims to empower and embrace all, regardless of gender or race.
The Arc feels like a creative safe haven, a den to dream and take a piece of inspiration home with you.
Inspiration lurks in the most ordinary of spaces – mall parking lots and liquor store sidewalks.
Sometimes we stumble across designers so innovative, it makes us rethink a medium of art.
A guide to those days when you just need a little TLC.
This ode to womanhood, aptly released on International Women’s Day, brings us immense joy.
Vienna shows us why it’s been called the most livable city in the world.
The LA-based painter’s powerful new exhibition is more than just a love letter to the female form.
These pieces magnify the beauty of the female shape.
Journal works to tell empowering stories that honor both challenges and success.
An interview with industry veteran April Napier about her iconic work for Lady Bird.
An ode to making out.
Chasing always after the things we cannot completely have or understand.