Posts Tagged ‘Women’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with T.R. Logan

Theresa Roberts Logan is a relatively recent arrival to the D.C. cartooning scene. I met her at the Cartoonists & Cocktails fundraiser this fall when I was outbid for a piece of her artwork.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
T.R. Logan: I do my daily web comic, "Fog Of [...]

Reviewed: “P(art)ners: Gifts from the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts

“P(art)ners: Gifts from the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection” includes 30 photographs and sculptures by women, focusing largely on the female body. But this is no survey show – the works on view represent a precise era in contemporary art. A sizable majority were made about a decade ago, by American and European artists who [...]

International Ink: Pirates, Ghosts, and Wookies, Oh My!

Books for review have been piling up again, but the fall con schedule has been working against me. Here's some quick hits of material I've read recently.
Set to Sea by Drew Weing (Fantagraphics, $16.99) is a graphic novel largely because there's nothing else to call these things yet. The book is about 150 pages long, [...]

Now on View: “Titouan Lamazou: Women” at Adamson Gallery

It would be too easy to classify Titouan Lamazou’s photographic series, “Women,” as a United Colors of Benetton-meets-Oxfam tour through the poverty and prejudices women face worldwide—and how, despite the odds, they persevere. And when you stare into the beautiful faces of twins Soya and Awa from Mauritania, or the scantily clad Katrine and Noris [...]