Subverting notions of Black identity and gender performativity across five decades, Ringgold set the stage for artists and women of colour across modern art.

Why screens may play a role in loneliness among young girls.

The artist’s largest institutional show to date at the ICA San Francisco confronts the legacy of colonialism in botany.

In the formative years of childhood, developing creativity and critical thinking lays the foundation for a lifetime of learning and growth.

The late artist fiercely reckoned with the status quo, leaving the art world better than she found it through a rich legacy of Black feminist activism and artmaking.

Here we examine 14 key artworks that reflect the diverse facets of Cassatt’s career, as well as the privileges and constraints of female artists in a male-dominated 19th-century art world.

An exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts features an array of artists sharing their views of an increasingly complex world.

After decades of work, expectations for women artists to prioritize family — or male peers — remains the prevailing norm rather than the exception.

Film editing is one of the most important aspects of filmmaking, and since the dawn of cinema, women have played a pivotal role in Hollywood as editors.

Project to run during Women’s History Month at institutions including Tate Britain and Met in New York.