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commongroundblog:

Anne Ferran, Stonebird, 2013, pigment print.

commongroundblog:

Anne Ferran, Stonebird, 2013, pigment print.

Pat Brassington, Sweet Alice, 2003, pigment print.

Pat Brassington, Sweet Alice, 2003, pigment print.

#women artists

commongroundblog:

Issue One of Common Ground is now available for download!

Common Ground is a response to the underrepresentation of women in pivotal aspects of Australia’s arts sector. Featuring 8 Australian photo-media artists, the first issue explores ideas of familial and spacial identity, curated under the title of ‘Points of Origin’.

Artists include:
Anna Carey
Ying Ang
Camille Serisier
Sancintya Simpson
Katrin Koenning
Lynette Letic
Rebecca Smith
Belinda Kochanowska


DOWNLOAD HERE

emmahartvig:

Aroha (2014)

emmahartvig:

Aroha (2014)

vechernyaya:

Júpiter by Alberto Polo Iañez

definitivegaze:

Sehnsucht / Katrien De Blauwer

definitivegaze:

Sehnsucht / Katrien De Blauwer

(Source: katriendeblauwer.com, via gvmma)

justanothermasterpiece:

Nicola Ukic.

justanothermasterpiece:

Nicola Ukic.

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1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)

(Source: vintagegal, via twitri)

christianweidner:

Christian Weidner, Two shots, 2014, Oil / Gold lacquer on canvas, 56 x 39 cm

christianweidner:

Christian Weidner, Two shots, 2014, Oil / Gold lacquer on canvas, 56 x 39 cm

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tableaux-vivants:

Hannah Wilke, S.O.S. — Starification Object Series, 1974
Starification Object Series consisted of “performalist” self portraits of Wilke in typical pin-up poses, her skin and body blemished by chewed gum. The forms appear to be scars or growths ; Wilke stated that she chose the material because “it’s the perfect metaphor for the American woman – chew her up, get what you want out of her, throw her out and pop in a new piece”

tableaux-vivants:

Hannah Wilke, S.O.S. — Starification Object Series, 1974

Starification Object Series consisted of “performalist” self portraits of Wilke in typical pin-up poses, her skin and body blemished by chewed gum. The forms appear to be scars or growths ; Wilke stated that she chose the material because “it’s the perfect metaphor for the American woman – chew her up, get what you want out of her, throw her out and pop in a new piece”

(via commongroundblog)

fuckyeahfeministartandliterature:

Hannah Wilke, Breastplate, 1981.

fuckyeahfeministartandliterature:

Hannah Wilke, Breastplate, 1981.

Anonymous asked If you didn't know, how old would you guess that you are? And who would you have play you in the movie about your life?

I’ve been told that I look younger than what I am, although when I’m tired I probably look my age.

I don’t think I’d ever want a movie about my life, but maybe a low budget doco with reenacted scenes using unknown faces who only have hair colour in common with the characters they play. That would be pretty A+.

20aliens:

Nan Goldin

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jo Ann Callis

From Early Black and White

navisis:

In Honey (Performance), 1996
Egle Rakauskaite

navisis:

In Honey (Performance), 1996

Egle Rakauskaite

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