Couldn't Find that but we did find this related to 'feminine':
Sandra Chevrier "The Cages; and the Reading Rooms of their Lives"
Based in Montréal, Sandra Chevrier creates mixed media works that combine sensuously rendered portraits of women with painted and collaged comic book overlays of superheroes. Manifold graphic segments and tear aways are used to obscure the facial features and bodies of her subjects partially. These iconographic images of conflict and struggle are posted over the contours of the flesh to create endlessly nuanced combinations, both heroic and dystopian in their allusions. Chevrier creates beautifully strange alloys of body and print to convey a personal terrain beset by social conflict.October 13, 2016
Michelle Blade "Gentle Existential"
Driven by the inescapable qualities of the natural world Michelle Blade's work investigates curiosity and one's search for meaning and place within the universe. Following in the tradition of Romantic painters projecting the human psyche onto landscape, Blade creates sculptures and paintings examining the relationship between psychological and external space.September 08, 2016
100 Women Pose Nude in Cleveland for the Republican National Convention
Melania Trump isn’t the only woman on todays agenda at the Republican National Convention... Spencer Tunick's photograph involved 100 nude women holding large mirror discs, reflecting the knowledge and wisdom of progressive women and the concept of “Mother Nature” into and onto the convention center, cityscape and horizon of Cleveland.July 18, 2016
Robin F. Williams: The Hero Painter
After quickly flipping through an exhibition catalog, an image by one particular artist stuck in my mind. This painting of a precocious young man, whose dignity rose above a cluster of mirrored spheres crowding his neck made me hungry to see Robin F. Williams’s paintings in the flesh, and I trekked through a New York snowmageddon to attend her opening at PPOW Gallery in Chelsea.July 18, 2016
Camille Rose Garcia "Phantasmacabre" @ Corey Helford Gallery
On Saturday, July 16th, Corey Helford Gallery will proudly unveil new works from internationally recognized Los Angeles artist and pop surrealist pioneer and 2x Juxtapoz cover artist, Camille Rose Garcia. Camille will also be featured in an upcoming print issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.July 11, 2016
Snow and Rose & Other Tales: The Vintage Nudes of Marianna Rothen
Marianna Rothen is the type of photographer that leaves you instantly enamoured. Infatuation perhaps but there’s something about her work that simply captivates and reels you in from the very beginning. The beautiful vintage aesthetic, the implied narratives, the 60’s inspired nostalgia, the (all female) models themselves — truth is, we love ALL of it.May 27, 2016
Dreamy Erotica: The Work of Shuji Kobayashi
We’ve been obsessing over Shuji Kobayashi’s photography all week — and well, with good reason. The Japanese photographer captures intimate portraits of young women in dream-like surroundings, evoking a sense of nostalgia and a bit of fantasy at best.May 26, 2016