Gender Politics

‘Coping as a woman in France is a daily battle: the aggression can be subtle, and you always have to push harder to make yourself heard’

By Sandra Patron

‘Prize & Prejudice’ at London's UCL Art Museum is a bittersweet celebration of female talent

By Rosanna McLaughlin

Fan’s work manipulates the archetype and architecture of the body as we understand it

By Hera Chan

From creation myths to gender politics, artist Melanie Jackson and academic Esther Leslie investigate that most indispensable of substances

By Tom Emery

When musical signifiers for sex so often become sonic pornography, LCMF 2017 showed alternative ways of marrying sound and body

By Philip Clark

As London's Architectural Association celebrates 100 years of female students, rediscovering the city designed by women

By Claire Jamieson

Rediscovering Jo Bondy through her assemblages, box works, and ceramics from the 1960s to 1970s

By Philomena Epps

Rebecca Solnit and the Not Surprised letter

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Following the Not Surprised letter it’s time to uncouple power from abuse in the art world

By Elvia Wilk

Artforum co-publisher Knight Landesman accused of sexual misconduct; editor Michelle Kuo resigns; Brazilian artists protest censorship

The artist discusses her hyper-decorated tapestries, resuscitating dying traditions and retrospective in Castelo Branco, Portugal

By Ambika Rajgopal
Stuart Hall at the Women’s Liberation Movement Conference crèche, Ruskin College, Oxford, 1970. Courtesy: © Sally Fraser/Photofusion

Decoding the image of Stuart Hall manning a crèche at the Women’s Liberation Movement conference

By Stephanie DeGooyer