Feminism

Visitor at Frieze Los Angeles 2019. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Frieze/Mark Blower

Hear from expert insiders in the city’s cultural landscape, from art to entertainment

In the age of #MeToo, does the recent proliferation of films and TV shows about serial murderers hint at a troubling resurgence of sociopathic masculinity?

By Masha Tupitsyn
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The Frieze Projects artist discusses her practice

Zapatista Encuentro: the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism. Courtesy: Flickr; photograph: Julian Stallabrass

‘By changing oppressive patterns on many levels, the movement has much to say about feminism in the present moment’

By Brenda Lozano

‘I’m a feminist, and I have long advocated for gender equality’: Kaywin Feldman will succeed Earl A. Powell III in March 2019

Workshopping a new book project at Porto/Post/Doc, the theorist and filmmaker who diagnosed how Hollywood reinforced patriarchal codes

By Ela Bittencourt

‘Others my age with lesser work who were men were being celebrated and collected’

By Lynn Hershman Leeson

The current appetite for historical, underrecognized female artists is welcome but urgent work still needs to be done

By Antonia Cundy

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition of iconic rock instruments has been criticized for only including one woman

What many call a national movement is far from it: the price for people to tell their stories remains too high

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

‘I learned to be unapologetically confident and decisive, which has proved vital not just in the arts, but everywhere’

By Touria El Glaoui

‘The biggest hurdle we had to overcome was psychological: the belief that there never had been, and never could be, great women artists’

By Mary Kelly