Many D.C. artists are embracing stickering, particularly women

One woman says stickering is ‘safer’ for women than traditional graffiti

How one woman is using art to shed light on the violence facing indigenous women

A Q&A with artist Jaime Black, the creator of ‘The REDress Project’

You might think you’ve got Frida Kahlo figured out, but you’ll never understand her pain

Her life and work are addressed in ‘Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving,’ a new exhibition

This art installation features an Ivanka Trump look-alike vacuuming. The president’s daughter isn’t pleased.

In the exhibit, a woman dressed as Trump vacuums crumbs tossed by visitors

This ‘nontraditional’ biography sheds new light on Eve Babitz, one of Hollywood’s wildest writers

Lili Anolik’s new book is part of a mini renaissance of the unlikely feminist icon

Sister Wendy Beckett, Catholic nun who became a TV celebrity, dies at 88

With her expressive face and hands, she described art with a mixture of glee, ecstasy and wonder

The Lily published work from over 70 female artists this year. See our favorites.

Stories, murals, a tote bag and a zine

Two revelatory exhibitions upend our understanding of black models in art

‘Posing Modernity’ is at the Wallach in New York, and ‘I Can’t See You Without Me’ is at the Wexner in Ohio

A transgender woman is challenging Chicago’s definition of the female breast

Performance artist Bea Sullivan-Knoff is speaking out about a city ban she says is unconstitutional

Rosie O’Donnell’s arts nonprofit teaches youth about ‘rehearsing for life’

Studies have shown a decline in public school programs in the arts