BY Intern Kelsie in Artsy on Apr 04, 2012 |
The world of pop art is a boy's club. Think Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, those 1960s superstars that catapulted the pop genre into the realm of fine art. Well look out, boys, there's a new girl in town.
Robin Antar, a Brooklyn-based sculptor, is not actually new on the scene; she's been active and exhibiting her work for over 20 years. This spring, Antar will become the first female artist to exhibit at New York's POP International Galleries. A staple of ... Read More
Last week we told you about Vice's new webseries Slutever. In the vein of Sex and the City, Slutever follows the conquests of a writer (this time a blogger, hello new millennium) who's conquering New York City one romp in the hay at a time. To celebrate the launch of the series, Vice is throwing a post-premiere party this Thursday at Westway in New York.
Westway is located at 75 Clarkson Street in the West Village. Doors open at 10, and if Vice's fashion ... Read More
BY Intern Kelsie in Feminizzle on Apr 02, 2012 |
Planned Parenthood has had its fair share of criticism this year, with conservative pundits and politicians alike throwing stones. Last night, however, a critic of the organization took it a step further and threw a bomb.
A homemade explosive device was set off at a Planned Parenthood location in Grand Chute, Wisconsin around 7:30 p.m. Sunday night. No one was injured, and the facility only sustained minimal damage to an exam room. As of now, no ... Read More
BY Intern Kelsie in Music Stuff on Apr 02, 2012 |
It's about time for a new kind of video girl: one who's confident, smiling (not writhing), and fully clothed. That's exactly what Brooklyn electronic artist DATALOG is serving in the new video for "Moon Shoes," a thumping rollercoaster of joyful beats and synths.
Casting three curvy women of color and not asking them to disrobe is, unfortunately, rare in the music industry. The creators of the video were seeking to protest this ... Read More
BY Intern Kelsie in Movies on Apr 02, 2012 |
Growing up girl in America is tough. We are simultaneously told to be vigilant keepers of our sacred virginity and also to be ready to whip off our tops if the Girls Gone Wild camera crew shows up on spring break. We are deemed to possess a priceless, powerful, can't-get-it-back-after-you-lose-it gift from the big guy upstairs, but we're expected to cheat the system a little, too.The virgin/whore dichotomy is such old news that won't die. Therese Shechter's new ... Read More