The Artsy Podcast, No. 13: We Still Need All-Female Group Shows
Twenty-three years ago, a group of women artists organized a show championing sexually explicit art from a female perspective. This month, the exhibition has been revived at Maccarone in New York, featuring influential artists like
Then, we turn to the fashion industry’s plagiarism problem. Multi-billion-dollar corporations like Zara and Forever 21 have increasingly been accused by artists of using their work on articles of clothing, accessories, and in ad campaigns without permission. We’ll explain why this phenomenon is particularly prevalent in a certain sector of the fashion industry, and how social media can help artists as much as it can hurt them. And in a wider art-world context, how do we distinguish between
This podcast is hosted by Artsy Editorial Associate Isaac Kaplan, joined for this edition by Senior Editor Tess Thackara and Galleries Editor Casey Lesser. It was produced by Joe Sykes with assistance from Editorial Associate Abigail Cain.
Intro music: “Something Elated” by Broke For Free
Cover image: Kim Schoenstadt, Now Be Here, Los Angeles, 2016. Photo: Isabel Avila and Carrie Yury. Courtesy of Kim Schoenstadt and Hauser Wirth & Schimmel.
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