Why Is Lingerie Suddenly at the Center of Feminist Discourse?

From Savage x Fenty to Victoria’s Secret to Emily Ratajkowski’s new lingerie line, our expectations for underwear have never been higher.
Emma Specter
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

These Women Are Shaping the Future of Female Streetwear

Streetwear remains a male-dominated industry—save for designers like Erin Magee of MadeMe and Ashley Williams, who are making women’s clothes for a women’s world. Photographed by Flo Ngala.
Rachel Tashjian
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Hilma af Klint Did It All First

On the occasion of Swedish painter Hilma af Klint’s first major solo exhibition in the United States, which opens at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in October, we examine what contemporary artists can learn from this prescient visionary
Prudence Peiffer
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

This ’90s Exhibition About Feminism and Abstraction Started It All

GARAGE takes a closer look at More Than Minimal, an unsung exhibition of female and post-minimalist artists from over two decades ago, and finds that it paved the way for artists today.
Paige Katherine Bradley

Jane Fonda Invented the Idea of the Activist-Actress

A series at Metrograph reminds us that she staged an anti-military vaudeville show for US troops during the Vietnam War and won a few Oscars, too. Bow down.
Paige Katherine Bradley

Against All Odds: Radical Latin American Women Artists

A new show at the Brooklyn Museum surveys decades of resistance and creation by female artists who have been overlooked by art historians.
Sarah Valdez

When Wearing a Graphic T-Shirt is a Revolutionary Act

As more brands commodify beliefs and values on t-shirts, fashion theory shows us how to transcend mere slogan politics.
Cody Delistraty

These 1980s Documentaries Tell the Story of the Holocaust from a Female Point of View

"Dis-Moi" by Chantal Akerman and "The Ties That Bind" by Su Friedrich, screened as part of a Metrograph series on female filmmakers, explore intergenerational trauma and the transformative act of allowing women to recount their own stories.
Erin Schwartz

Lorde Wore Feminist Art to the Grammys

The Best Album nominee skipped the red carpet, but her outfit still stole the show.
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson

Google and the A.I. Gaze

The popular Google Arts & Culture app performs the feminized job of making people smile.
Jacqueline Feldman
Art Basel Miami Beach

Miami's All-Women Art Fair Is Also Its Most Diverse

No wonder it's called Fair.
Sarah Valdez

Tate Modern Is Showing Some Surprisingly Progressive Posters from Revolutionary Russia

“Lenin by today's standards was very much a feminist." A new show at Tate Modern surveys women's striking contribution to Russian art and design in the days of the October Revolution—and their subsequent repression under Stalin.
Hettie Judah