Female Bonds & Bodies In The Art World: An Open Love Letter

by Geneva Hutcheson · June 2, 2016

The artistic community has historically considered traditionally feminine art forms (embroidery, decorative arts...) as less important than traditionally male art forms (painting, sculpture...). But, due to an arising camaraderie amongst female artists, recognition of feminine art forms, and the introduction of the feminine into traditionally male art forms, the presence of female artists and their bonds are on the rise. Check out how the cool girls are embroidering their underwear with BDSM symbols and reclaiming the female form through poetry.

[Photos via @maggiedunlap, @rupikaur_]