Hannah Höch - woman, artist, Cyborg? 

A scholarly essay on the influential Dada artist, overlooked by many of her fellow creators in the mostly male group.  Höch is known for her avant-garde photomontages, an art form she helped pioneer. 
“Most of our male colleagues continued for a long while to look upon us as charming and gifted amateurs, denying us implicitly any real professional status.” 

- Hannah Höch, "Interview with Hannah Höch," Arts Magazine 34, no. 3 (Dec. 1959)

Photo Credit: Unknown photographer, 1917 from NMWA

Cut from the same cloth

An academic investigation into Rembrandt’s depictions of women in his late works, focused on the influence of the Dutch textile industry and the rituals of Dutch women’s dress between c. 1600 and 1650.

Photo Credit: Rembrandt Van Rijn, Agatha Bas, 1641
Royal Collection Trust

Il est dans le courrier . . .  

An article on Michael Sanzone's Mail Art works for the online publication L'Orpheus based in Paris.