JUDITH BERNSTEIN: IN T MAGAZINE

November 13, 2017

THIS SUMMER IN LOS ANGELES, a hairy, phallic-looking screw painted by Judith Bernstein extended across 180 feet of the exterior of Venus gallery in Boyle Heights. This month at MoMA PS1 in Queens, men and women stripped down to their underwear and rubbed each other with raw fish in a video by Carolee Schneemann. And in London, pink double-headed phalluses bloomed from cacti in Renate Bertlmann’s sculptures at the Frieze art fair.

Artists