A New Wave of Female Artists: The Young Talent From the Whitney Studio Party

Hailey Baldwin and Jemima Kirke might have been among the most noteworthy celebs at last night’s Whitney Studio Party, but the real stars of the evening were the young female art world powerhouses.

While you might want to leave the painting (and curating) to these burgeoning talents, at least you can get inspired by their ‘grams.

Someone get me an extra sock, I think I just got a hole in one! ⛳️

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There’s a lot to know about this Insta-famous artist, but the most important detail is that Garage magazine once commissioned her to paint the Tide Pod Challenge.

Legacy, a writer, theorist and artist, coined the term Glitch Feminism in 2013. It’s a theory that focuses on “uses the digital as a means of resisting the hegemony of the corporeal.” Add it to your vernacular, now.

Hi, found some nature. 🌸🌳 #whitneystudioparty 📸: @matthew_morrocco

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The visual artist and former Whitney Fellow, who has both a PhD from NYU and an MFA from Columbia, debuted her first museum solo exhibition, Allison Janae Hamilton: Pitch, at MASS MoCA.

This 28-year-old wunderkind went from gallerist to artist in the span of a single year.

Event co-chair and daughter of collector Beth Rudin DeWoody is an art world legend-in-the-making in her own right: The Forbes 30 Under 30 alum founded Grey Area, a contemporary art boutique, in 2011.


Model Paloma Elsesser was spotted wearing a dress by designer Molly Goddard at the Whitney Studio Party. Purchase your own pieces, like the gorgeous Scarlett or Ruby dresses, on her website.