J[a]P! Part 2 is coming to Studio 34 in West Philly, Oct. 13, 2012 at 7:30PM (Taken with Instagram at Studio 34, West Philly)
Purchase your copy today! A good read.“What I love about poetry is, when it works, there’s always something inscrutable, mysterious. Something that makes us ponder what is, who we are, who the poet is, and so on. Your poems do it! No point in me getting all caught up in a conundrum of words, when all I mean to say is I love YOU poems!!!” -Brenda Dixon Gottschild
Art work for the new Tarantino film - Django Unchained. Jamie Foxx seems wonderful in the previews I’ve seen. I only question his perfectly square hairline? I’m sure the last thing on a slave’s mind was getting a trim up. http://unchainedmovie.com/
It’s live streaming! http://www.madeinamericafest.com/
Great metaphor, great music. “We all borrowing from each other’s culture.” -Jay Z
Invisible Man is not to be missed, exclusively at The Studio Theatre in DC. Plays throughout September. http://www.studiotheatre.org/calendar/
The fabulous Joan Smalls! Check her video here: http://www.stylepantry.com/2012/09/02/joan-smalls-ranked-number-1-model-in-the-world-video/
Check out my interview with the fabulous Nora Chipaurmire!
I had the pleasure of meeting this wonderful artist last year! Brilliant. Sokari Douglas Camp.
Do you find this spanish mag cover disrespectful to the first lady?
This video choked me it was so funny!
Holly Bass will perform PAY PURVIEW in my NYC curatorial debut at Dance New Amsterdam Jan. 10/11, 2013! (Taken with Instagram at Dance New Amsterdam )
Nickel plated basketball hoops, plastic beads and synthetic hair
Image: 1952 Helsinki Olympics 4x400m gold medal relay team
“Though they were conceived for idealistic reasons and designed to celebrate universal human aspirations, the modern Olympic Games have served as a stage for the world’s political and social struggles. Virtually every political…
New Anita Baker - The Sound of Detroit. The Sound I Remember.
‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ -simply magical. Everyone in the theater was crying.
Photographer and mixed media artist Renee Cox discusses her provocative and sometimes controversial work during an interview at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art on Oct. 22, 2009. Cox addresses how race, gender, African-American womanhood, feminism, and social issues inspire and impact her work as an artist.
Interview with Renee Cox