My art practice usually revolves around the concepts of objectification of women, the ideas on consent, consumption, and existentialism.
Month: February 2021
“Point of View” is on view at STUK in Leuven, Belgium, February 18 through April 25.
Primal Sight is a new collection of contemporary black-and-white photography that includes works by 146 artists and essays by David Campany and Gregory Eddi Jones.
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“Roots Run Deep” looks at the ways in which Black hairstyles are tied to tradition and examines the historic influence on modern styling practices.
Elizabeth Monoian is co-director of Land Art Generator, a nonprofit dedicated to providing models of renewable energy that add value to public space.
“Dreaming Forward” speaks directly to the concerns of the current moment and invites us to envision a more equitable future.
The panel will offer varying perspectives on higher education for artists—from making important changes within existing institutions to forming educational models outside of these institutions.
Centering BIPOC, with a particular focus on queer, trans, nonbinary, and BIWOC, ‘We Are Here’ features 50 of the most influential voices.
Workhorse Queen explores the complexities of mainstream television’s impact on queer performance culture.