“Even if you don’t understand, you refuse to understand, you have something to process”
It’s this moment where one has to look around and think, “Yoko Ono has given everyone this huge gift.”
“A runaway, Basquiat bummed around in epic fashion, living in boxes and on the dance floors of crowded clubs, before Giuliani sterilized New York City, when it was still just as raw and vibrant as the people in it.”
If you’d been a lesbian art-lover in 1920’s London, you might have known this woman, sometimes called Timothy, sometimes called Peter.
A self-taught Slovakian-born tattoo artist whose surreal designs and use of colour will blow your mind.
Simone creates elaborately detailed, surreal coastal landscapes that are populated by a utopian society of adolescent feral girls. You’ll really like this.
This provocative and important exhibit is worth your time — even if it sorta leaves you out.
“We’re getting up and on the go with no finish line and I like it.”
I don’t wanna work, I just wanna look at art/design/photo blogs all day.
” Most of the things we desire are things that can destroy us.”
“I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them.”
“We decided to just go bare bones and say how we felt.”
Feminist artist Judy Chicago will be dining with Sojourner Truth.
Meet Miss February! Stephanie has feelings about sweets, softball and ATM fees. You’ll get along swimmingly.
100 works of art by 100 queer artists to kick off Art Attack month. Representative of many medias and many nations and many brains.
February will be ART ATTACK month at Autostraddle. If you’re a writer or an artist with ideas on this topic, you should read this post.
The best place to put a flower is near a beautiful girl — and vice versa.
Lizz’s Team Pick: #1 must have is an uplifting, adorable and generally all around awesome new photo zine for queers!
The revelation of the 2013 Autostraddle Calendar Girls begins with Morgan!
Jamie’s Team Pick: Artist Carlos Motta sees his queer difference as an opportunity to create a utopic space. Brilliant!
It’s December. It’s cold outside but Miss December can heat things up. Except this calendar was shot in Los Angeles and it’s actually not very cold there right now, or ever.