Tschabalala Self talks to LADYGUNN about her path to becoming one of America’s most renowned modern artist, why black women are her muse and what she hopes to achieve with work.
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Panteha Abareshi is a young artist with many identities. One such identity is a person suffering from mental illness, which she represents through her art.
November 8th, 2016, the night that Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, is a painful date for many to recall. It was surreal, triggering, saddening and everything in between for many women and minorities who felt personally attacked by his campaign rhetoric. One thing, however, that many people including our LADYGUNN team felt, was […]
Glory Hole. What imagery do those words inspire? Most of you are thinking dirty thoughts right now, and that is just fine. Curators 1985 and Kelsey & Rémy Bennett presented a group exhibition with the same name at this year’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show at the historic Moynihan Station. While the term “glory hole” has a […]
story / Tiffany Diane Tso images / Alison Brady It’s okay if you feel a little weird right now. Brooklyn-based photographer Alison Brady has become notable for composing visually uncomfortable images. Whether the composition of the body in the room just seems off or has become completely mutant, there is something unnerving about the contents […]
“Artificial Sweetener” A future constructed brand divided into an assortment of sugary sweet themes that adopts, and explores the ideals of mass media, advertisement and public space. A multimedia-based project “Artificial Sweetener” is a speculative tool to stimulate the viewer‘s awareness of now and speculate as to what the possible future maybe. Delightfully questioning the public’s current perception […]
photography +design / Taner Tumkaya model / Sylvia Sakellaridis
story / Jordan Blakeman From the streets of Baltimore to the hallways of L.A., people are declaring, “Enough!” They’re organizing, coming together as a community, and discussing the issues facing Americans daily that we need to take a stand for. On the west coast, Manifest Justice is a 10-day exhibition alongside activities such as group […]