"Man is in need of a symbolic life - badly in need. We only live banal, ordinary, rational, or irrational things - but we have no symbolic life. Where do we live symbolically? Nowhere except where we participate in the ritual of life." - Carl Jung
Image: Blue River by Misma Andrews
Order your copy of Viriditas: An Anthology of Contemporary Women Artists.

"Man is in need of a symbolic life - badly in need. We only live banal, ordinary, rational, or irrational things - but we have no symbolic life. Where do we live symbolically? Nowhere except where we participate in the ritual of life." - Carl Jung

Image: Blue River by Misma Andrews

Order your copy of Viriditas: An Anthology of Contemporary Women Artists.

Viriditas: An Anthology of Contemporary Women Artists
A new publication showcasing emerging talent from an international array of women whose work ranges from intimate self portraits to ritualistic group performances, experimental photography to intricate paintings drawn from dreams. 

Available to order here.

Photograph by Alison Scarpulla.
Viriditas: An Anthology of Contemporary Women Artists
A new publication showcasing emerging talent from an international array of women whose work ranges from intimate self portraits to ritualistic group performances, experimental photography to intricate paintings drawn from dreams.
Photograph by Alison Scarpulla.

!Women Art Revolution

An entertaining and revelatory ‘secret history’ of Feminist Art, !Women Art Revolution deftly illuminates this under-explored movement through conversations, observations, archival footage and works of visionary artists, historians, curators and critics. Starting from its roots in 1960s antiwar and civil rights protests, the film details major developments in women’s art through the 1970s and explores how the tenacity and courage of these pioneering artists resulted in what is now widely regarded as the most significant art movement of the late 20th century.

For more than forty years, filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson has collected a plethora of interviews with her contemporaries and shaped them into an intimate portrayal of their fight to break down barriers facing women both in the art world and society at large.