The IIHA Files
Unleashing Feminist Power: The Trailblazing Work of Eulàlia Grau
by Diana MashiaEulàlia Grau (b.1946, Terrassa, Spain), the fierce and visionary artist from Barcelona, has left an epic imprint on the art world with her mind-bending creations. Her art is a revolutionary force challenging gender norms and igniting feminist empowerment. In a world craving change, Grau's artistic vision has become a symbol of feminist power, sparking conversations, dismantling stereotypes, and reclaiming women's voices. Here are just a few of reasons that Grau remains one of our favorite feminist icons...Read more →
How the Illuminating Jenny Holzer Empowers the World with Words
by Diana MashiaIn the world of political contemporary art, Jenny Holzer (b. 1950) stands out as a formidable force, using words as her medium to provoke, question, and inspire. With her iconic typographic art, Holzer has carved a unique path, blending art, language, and activism. Her fearless exploration of societal issues has solidified her reputation as a trailblazer in the art world.Read more →
Should You Invest in Art For Your Kitchen?
by Meg DavisNo matter your style, budget, or setup, art most certainly has a place in every kitchen. And you don't have to be an art collector to find the perfect piece or pieces to compliment your look or show off your personal flair. Websites like Wayfair.com or even more tailored sites like One Kings Lane offer endless options at every budget. Need a place to start? Check out one of my favorite affordable artists Parvez Taj who has a massive range of cool pieces on unique materials and a variety of styles and sizes to fit every budget.Read more →