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The artists subverting the gender binary

The Gender Binary - Heather Cassils Dazed Digital http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/22646/1/the-artists-subverting-the-gender-binary?utm_source=Link&utm_medium=Link&utm_campaign=RSSFeed&utm_term=the-artists-subverting-the-gender-binary&utm_reader=feedly

Thiago Antonucci is an artist who created a beautiful yet provoking photography series titled, “Gender”.

Born a man and maintaining the pronoun he, Tsang styles himself androgynously, purposely existing somewhere between straightforward, rote notions of masculinity and femininity. In fact, the half-Chinese, half-Swedish-American artist calls himself a "terrible drag performer," and it was in a similar vein that Tsang's weekly happening sought to capture some of that gender ambiguity.

Photography serie "Slut School", by feminist art colletive "The Ardorous". link: http://www.theardorous.com/portfolio/slut-school/

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Andrej Pejic Goes (Almost!) Full Frontal for Vogue Brazil, Beyoncé Doesn't Need Retouching, and Did Rihanna's Lipstick Give a Woman Herpes?

Andrej Pejic. Andrej's beautiful face and long blonde hair are too gorgeous to resist.

Photo Art "Gender Studies" by Bettina Rheims. Focusing again on transgender, in 2011 the artist created a fascinating portrait series of 25 people who evade categorization of being male or female.

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"Plastic Bodies" Photo Series Will Change The Way You See Your Body

This photo series will change the way you think about your body

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10 Queer Feminist Artists Who Are Challenging Today's 'Body Oppression' (NSFW)

A Survey Of Queer Feminist Artists Who Are Challenging Today's 'Body Oppression' via Huffington Post Arts.

This is Lady Pink, one of the only female graffiti artists active in the ’80s. Jenny Holzer, famous for her feminist postmodern “Truisms,” designed this shirt and Lady Pink wore it around NYC. (h/t www.yum-and-yuk.blogspot.com/)

Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous group of female artists and feminists devoted to fighting sexism and racism within the art world internationally. The group formed in New York City in 1985 with the mission of bringing gender and racial inequality within the fine arts to light.