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Shira Richter on the Origins of Difficulty for Artists with Children

Artist and mother of twins Shira Richter pulls no punches in this interview with Hannah Rubin for The Sisterhood, part of a series of articles that aims to address gender imbalance in the art world. ┬áRichter speaks with surprising directness of the transition that women-artists make as they become mothers, and reveals cultural beliefs and … Continue reading

Margaret Harrison to Tracey Emin: parenthood doesn’t replace your work

Margaret Harrison has written a pointed but amusing rebuttal to Tracey Emin’s statement, “having a child would be a substitute for my work!” Harrison quotes a second comment from a related interview, over themes of motherhood that emerged in Emin’s exhibition The Last Great Adventure is You, “There are good artists that have children. Of … Continue reading

The Artists Financial Support Group speaks openly on money and debt – January 30th, 2015

The CUE Art Foundation will host the Artists Financial Support Group, the third event in the series “If it’s not work it must be PLAY: the state of work in the arts” January 30th, 6:30pm-8:30pm at the CUE Art Foundation, 137 W. 25th St. This is a free event, please RSVP to hold your seat … Continue reading