An painted illustration from the book "Familiar London'' (1904) by Irish artist Rose Barton

Tierra, 2013 performance and video by Guatemalan artist Regina José Galindo

Born of a Jamaican mother and American father, 'Pixie' Colman Smith was an illustrator, writer, occultist, traditional storyteller, magician and lesbian who designed the Rider-Waite tarot, 1st edition (1909)

Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto turns textiles into delicate sculpted orbs that can be worn as jewellery

German-Argentinian avant-garde photographer Grete Stern, Birdcage (1948)

Lithuanian artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene, known for her embroidery on various, often metal, objects

East River from the 30th Story of the Shelton Hotel, 1928 by Georgia O'Keeffe

Hungarian artist Agnes Herczeg creates figurative and landscape lace works

Quill box by Native American, Odawa/Ojibwa artist Yvonne Walker Keshick

Cicely Hamilton and Dora Coates, feminist pamphlet 'Beware! : A Warning to Suffragists' 1910, mocking anti-women's suffrage views

Japanese paper artist Chie Hitotsuyama creates sculptures of animals using a technique involving rolled strips of wet newspaper

Polish artist NeSpoon from Warsaw, known for her street art featuring traditional lace pattern imagery

Austrian artist Xenia Hausner, Alles Walzer (Let's Dance), 1997

Fierce Pussy, US lesbian and feminist art activist collective founded in New York City in 1991 through their work in AIDS activism/gay rights, they particularly highlight lesbian identity and visibility

Gail Stepanek and Jan Hutchison, contemporary US textile artist and quilters


Toootim is for toootin'
(Main instance language is Hebrew)

מצטרפות/ים חדשות למסטודון מוזמנות בחום לעיין במדריך "ברוכות הבאות למסטודון".