Tag: Rachel Somerstein
Rachel Somerstein: The Selective Memory of 9/11 IconographySeptember 2014
Photos are how we remember. The 9/11 images we no longer see are growing gaps in our collective memory.
Rec Room: Rachel Somerstein: Femmes AlgérienneMay 2010 It took the French government 10 days to humiliate 2000 Algerian women. It took Marc Garanger almost 50 years to "right" the wrong.
Rachel Somerstein: Liveblog: Cities and Women’s Health ConferenceApril 2010 Childbirth rights in Mozambique, the dark fate of female Cambodian refugees, and the challenges facing maturing female students in developing countries.
Rec Room: Rachel Somerstein: Artists in GovernmentFebruary 2010 Contrary to popular belief, they are just as capable as anyone else in public office.
Drawing on HistorySeptember 2009
This month in Berlin, June Glasson exhibits her series The Foulest of Shapes, ink-and-wash drawings of women engaged in violence and revelry that pose complex questions about what it means to be a feminist artist today.
White Canvas HouseAugust 2009
What’s revealing about Obama’s art selections for the White House has nothing to do with gender or race. It’s more abstract than that.