HuffPost Arts&Culture is celebrating Women's History Month with the help of our favorite artists -- female artists, of course. Every day of March we're rolling out a new key player in the art world with a playing card... Get it? Print them out for your own amazing (although probably a bit flimsy) card deck or use them to stay fresh on your favorite women in art.
TEN OF SPADES
WHO: Martha Rosler
WHAT: Rosler has explored the everyday and public spheres since the 1960s, whether examining the semiotics of the kitchen, creating postmodern photography mashups addressing women and domesticity, or throwing the most massive, artsy garage sale ever.
WHERE: Right here! Watch Rosler's pioneering videotape "Semiotics of the Kitchen" (1974/75) below:
WHY: For one, we're obsessed with Martha Rosler's Library, a collaboration with e-flux in which Rosler made her bountiful collection of books available to the public online. The diverse library illuminates the seeds of Rosler's thinking and artworks; she also "simply had too many books."
See more of our playing cards in the slideshow below:
Images courtesy of Martha Rosler.
Back image: Gray Drape, from House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, New Series, 2008.