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likeafieldmouse:

Miguel Laino - Mazda (2012)
theories-of:

Reid Ramirez
Boomin’ Words from Hell
2012
1989 Pontiac Sunbird car door, spray paint, organic navel orange, and bolts
37” x 21” x 25”
(Keith J. Varadi’s Image Resolution #19)

theories-of:

Reid Ramirez

Boomin’ Words from Hell
2012
1989 Pontiac Sunbird car door, spray paint, organic navel orange, and bolts

37” x 21” x 25”

(Keith J. Varadi’s Image Resolution #19)

mister-nobody:

Embrace :: Emily Jacir (2005)

mister-nobody:

Embrace :: Emily Jacir (2005)

(via humancomputer)

ejhill:

in light of Sierra Mannie’s op-ed that has some white gay men feeling some type of way: detail of Glenn Ligon’s, Notes on the Margin of the Black Book, 1991-1993 #GlennLigon #JamesBaldwin #clapback (at Hammer Museum)

ejhill:

in light of Sierra Mannie’s op-ed that has some white gay men feeling some type of way: detail of Glenn Ligon’s, Notes on the Margin of the Black Book, 1991-1993 #GlennLigon #JamesBaldwin #clapback (at Hammer Museum)

(via blackingzz)

sculpture-center:

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Rashid Johnson, Smoke and Mirrors.
At SculptureCenter in 2009, for his first solo museum show in New York, Rashid Johnson presented a number of large-scale sculptural works that suggest altars, entertainment consoles, or constructivist-like abstractions alongside photographs and works in other media. Johnson engages with racial identity but in ways that insist on fluidity and contradiction. Johnson uses materials such as steel, poured wax, and shea butter, while juxtaposing relics and artifacts in an approach that flirts with the shamanistic.

Installation view of Smoke and Mirrors, SculptureCenter, 2009. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Jason Mandella.
http://sculpture-center.org

sculpture-center:

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Rashid Johnson, Smoke and Mirrors.

At SculptureCenter in 2009, for his first solo museum show in New York, Rashid Johnson presented a number of large-scale sculptural works that suggest altars, entertainment consoles, or constructivist-like abstractions alongside photographs and works in other media. Johnson engages with racial identity but in ways that insist on fluidity and contradiction. Johnson uses materials such as steel, poured wax, and shea butter, while juxtaposing relics and artifacts in an approach that flirts with the shamanistic.

Installation view of Smoke and Mirrors, SculptureCenter, 2009. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Jason Mandella.

http://sculpture-center.org

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dear-white-people:

YOU DEMANDED IT! Check out the full-length official trailer for Dear White People before it hits theaters this weekend. 

#HITSHARE #TURNUP #BELIEVETHEHYPE

(via worstresponse)

(Source: rxmcri, via blackkween)

Painter painting in our land pictures of only white angels
Painter painting in our time in shadows of yesterday

Painter, if you paint with love, paint me some black angels now
For all good blacks in heaven, painter show us that you care

Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

(Source: foxwin, via mangoestho)

fuckyeahhardfemme:

thatonesuheirhammad:

El Barrio Bodega (series), 2013, embroidered plastic bags. Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown.

Hard femme goals

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purpwashere:

iceberg slim

purpwashere:

iceberg slim


Jacob Holdt. American Pictures of african american oppression circa the 1970s.
http://www.american-pictures.com/english/jacob/index.html

Jacob Holdt. American Pictures of african american oppression circa the 1970s.

http://www.american-pictures.com/english/jacob/index.html

(Source: darksilenceinsuburbia, via howtobeterrell)

theroguefeminist:

huffpostworld:

This ‘personal space’ dress could solve all your public transportation woes.

CREDIT THE INVENTOR: SHE IS AN ARTIST NAMED KATHLEEN MCDERMOTT WHO IS FINISHING HER MFA IN HONG KONG

Also she is developing this technology literally to help women assert their space in public AND MAKE A STATEMENT about how women are treated in patriarchal societies! She is developing other clothes too! You can support her project here: http://www.kthartic.com/index.php?/class/about-urban-armor/

More info:

The dress is the second in a series of projects called Urban Armor, which aim to help women own their space in public arenas that often attempt to deny this right. As McDermott explains in the project statement: “The series arose partly out of my concern over the persistence of ideologies asserted at women in public space through advertising, architecture and socially normative behavior. I began to look for ways women could take more ownership over their personal space in public.”

Basically this woman is a badass feminist artist. Please support her work and spread the word

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