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“In the Orchard” by Edmund Charles Tarbell ft. Me courtesy of @lourveless 🕊

“In the Orchard” by Edmund Charles Tarbell ft. Me courtesy of @lourveless 🕊 - 1 day ago

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Nailed it 🇺🇸 #samdurant

Nailed it #samdurant - 5 days ago

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Olafur Eliasson, it is truly divine to explore in the physical manifestations of your mind. Thank you for Reality Projector. It was soul affirming. Ya’ll, It’s at @marcianoartfoundation until the end of the month. Go!! (📷: @alexandergreenwald )

Olafur Eliasson, it is truly divine to explore in the physical manifestations of your mind. Thank you for Reality Projector. It was soul affirming. Ya’ll, It’s at @marcianoartfoundation until the end of the month. Go!! (: @alexandergreenwald ) - 6 days ago

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Casually obstructing the view of “Cairo” by #JulieMehretu @thebroadmuseum :) (📷: @alexandergreenwald )

Casually obstructing the view of “Cairo” by #JulieMehretu @thebroadmuseum :) (: @alexandergreenwald ) - 7 days ago

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“I feel that my environment reflects my belief in the grace and art and elegance of living simply.” - #bellhooks

“I feel that my environment reflects my belief in the grace and art and elegance of living simply.” - #bellhooks - 8 days ago

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“It takes a lot of time to be a genius, you have to sit around so much doing nothing, really doing nothing.” - #GertrudeStein 🤣😝😘

“It takes a lot of time to be a genius, you have to sit around so much doing nothing, really doing nothing.” - #GertrudeStein 🤣 - 10 days ago

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“An Engagement”, @TschabalalaSelf 2016 “My current body of work is concerned with the iconographic significance of the Black female body in contemporary culture. My work explores the emotional, physical and psychological impact of the Black female body as icon, and is primarily devoted to examining the intersectionality of race, gender and sexualty. Collective fantasies surround the Black body, and have created a cultural niche in which exists our contemporary understanding of Black femininity. My practice is dedicated to naming this phenomenon.

The fantasies and attitudes surrounding the Black female body are both accepted and rejected within my practice, and through this disorientation, new possibilities arise. I am attempting to provide alternative, and perhaps fictional explanations for the voyeuristic tendencies towards the gendered and racialized body; a body which is both exalted and abject.

I hope to correct misconceptions propagated within and projected upon the Black body. Multiplicity and possibility are essential to my practice and general philosophy. My subjects are fully aware of their conspicuousness and are unmoved by their viewer’s gaze. Their role is not to show, explain, or perform but rather “to be.” In being, their presence is acknowledged and their significance felt. My project is committed to this exchange, for my own edification and for the edification of those who resemble me.” #TschabalalaSelf

“An Engagement”, @TschabalalaSelf 2016 “My current body of work is concerned with the iconographic significance of the Black female body in contemporary culture. My work explores the emotional, physical and psychological impact of the Black female body as icon, and is primarily devoted to examining the intersectionality of race, gender and sexualty. Collective fantasies surround the Black body, and have created a cultural niche in which exists our contemporary understanding of Black femininity. My practice is dedicated to naming this phenomenon. The fantasies and attitudes surrounding the Black female body are both accepted and rejected within my practice, and through this disorientation, new possibilities arise. I am attempting to provide alternative, and perhaps fictional explanations for the voyeuristic tendencies towards the gendered and racialized body; a body which is both exalted and abject. I hope to correct misconceptions propagated within and projected upon the Black body. Multiplicity and possibility are essential to my practice and general philosophy. My subjects are fully aware of their conspicuousness and are unmoved by their viewer’s gaze. Their role is not to show, explain, or perform but rather “to be.” In being, their presence is acknowledged and their significance felt. My project is committed to this exchange, for my own edification and for the edification of those who resemble me.” #TschabalalaSelf - 12 days ago

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I’m moving into this hotel for forever. It was nice getting to know all of you but this is my new life now (📷: @alexandergreenwald )

I’m moving into this hotel for forever. It was nice getting to know all of you but this is my new life now (: @alexandergreenwald ) - 12 days ago

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FOCUSED

FOCUSED - 14 days ago

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She sees herself reflected in Anne Truitt.

She sees herself reflected in Anne Truitt. - 14 days ago

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“6 Sept ‘87 No.3”, #AnneTruitt 1987

“6 Sept ‘87 No.3”, #AnneTruitt 1987 - 14 days ago

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“My imagination functions much better when I don't have to speak to people.” - #PatriciaHighsmith

“My imagination functions much better when I don't have to speak to people.” - #PatriciaHighsmith - 15 days ago

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