THE NEW YORK TIMES -- Many curators had projects they considered feminist already in the works, and they sometimes shifted scheduling to align with the initiative’s fall timing. At least 20 exhibitions, though, were conceived directly in response to the Feminist Art Coalition, including “New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century,” Ms. DiQuinzio’s large intergenerational and international survey of recent feminist art practices going on view at her Berkeley institution.
“We’ve put it in the plural to suggest that there are many different types of feminisms,” said Ms. DiQuinzio, who has included 75 artists identifying across the gender spectrum such as Wu Tsang, Louise Bourgeois, Zanele Muholi, Jordan Casteel, Kalup Linzy and Mickalene Thomas. “It’s not a women-only initiative,” she added. (San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery will present a show entirely of nonbinary artists working across media.)