Creative Loafing, “Skyway show unites: Major museums open their doors to the talent in their backyard”, by James Chapin, Jun. 20, 2017

FOX News, "'Nasty Women' visual art protest ahead of women's march", by Emily DeCiccio, Jan. 19, 2017

The Huffington Post, 'Nasty Women' Art Shows Raise Over $50,000 For Planned Parenthood, by Katherine Brooks, Jan. 17, 2017

VICE, "Meet The Nasty Women: Trump is Triggering a New Wave of Feminist Protest Art," by Alex Thompson, Jan. 14, 2017

HYPERALLERGIC, "Massive Nasty Women Art Show Raises 35K for Planned Parenthood Opening Night," by Jillian Steinhauer, Jan. 13, 2017

THE GUARDIAN, "Nasty Women Art Exhibit Aims at Taking Power Back From Trump," by Anna Furman, Jan. 13, 2017

Artnet News, "5 Feminist-Minded Exhibitions to Check Out Ahead of the Women’s March", by Sarah Cascone, Jan. 13, 2017

The Metro, "See Inside The Nasty Women Art Exhibition", by Kate Mooney, Jan. 10, 2017

Babe, "This is a Trump protest’: We talked to the organizers of the Nasty Women Art Exhibition", by Cait Munro, Jan. 10, 2017

The Huffington Post, "Nearly 700 ‘Nasty Women’ Artists Have Teamed Up To Protest Trump", by Priscilla Frank, Jan. 4, 2017

The Creators Project, "The Nasty Women Exhibition is Art's Answer to Trump's Nearing Presidency", by Sami Emory, Jan. 3, 2017

NY Observer, "Anti-Trump Art Show 'Nasty Women'", by Alina Cohen, Dec. 30, 2016

Iranian Photography, "Bahareh Khoshooee – Beyond the “a part of body”", Dec. 1, 2014

Bahareh's artwork

Every Disaster Made Us Wish for More


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An alien appears as the host of a cooking TV show, instructing how to cook an “artist visa”. The piece is a humorous allegorical commentary on the complexity of obtaining a US visa and how the process becomes a part of one’s everyday life: a commodity to consume, a food to eat.

Chapter 11: Juggling Shapes

Chapter 11 Chapter title: Juggling Shapes Artist: Bahareh Khoshooee

از کجا که عقیم را منتج خیال نکرده باشیم؟

(How Do We Ensure We Didn't Consider the Fruitless as Fruitful?) Desktop performance/screen recording: Oprah Winfrey interviewing teenagers whom had near death experience, youtube auto closed-caption is on while I am live- feed project mapping my own face onto my face. Sound is not recorded.


The video is a reference to the 1968 campaign by the Youth International Party: Pig for President. Pigasus, a 145-pound domestic pig was nominated for president of the United States as a theatrical gesture. In the video, a female superhero, the artist’s alter ego Ba Bi Bu, runs through alternative realities, while gazing at the viewer and exposing her tongue out of her mouth. She has brought the flaring pigasus back once again: to save humanity, to ridicule the authorities with her brazen attitude.