The latest Artforum includes an article by Lauren O’Neill-Butler on the Feminist Art Coalition.
Earlier this year, The Arts Club joined this new consortium of art institutions from across the United States. Together we will mount a nationwide season of programming informed by feminist thought and practice. Our upcoming show, 𝘜𝘱𝘦𝘦𝘬𝘱, is devoted to the politics and aesthetics of care. The artists in the show address the demands made on those charged with the care of self or others. This exhibition proposes that daily acts of care may be interpreted as quietly, yet decisively, disruptive of the status quo.
“Conceived in the wake of the 2017 Women’s March, the Feminist Art Coalition is a call to action that encompasses climate change, decolonization, racial justice, Indigenous struggles, diasporic experiences, gender identities, sexuality, and body politics by going beyond bromides to display feminism at work: through the organizing of exhibitions, the building of museum collections, and public programming.” - Artforum (@artforum)