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- I guess I can't deny yellow was my color of 2017. Here's my faves this year. 1) @jonasbrwood's Jungle Kitchen @davidkordanskygallery 2) My plant-based take on @justonecookbook's kimchi nabe 3) Gaston, adopted by my family from @urrescue 4) @theastergates putting finishing touches on his But To Be a Poor Race exhibit @regenprojects 5) A very wise lady @womensmarch in LA 6) Emi and Coco @pygmyhipposhoppe 7) Xmas presents from my husband: books by @zadie_smith and @patcleveland, figurine by @tactilematter, mug from @poketo, and chocolate from @compartes 8) A gallery view of @caaminla's We Wanted a Revolution Exhibit: Jae Jarrell's Urban Wall Suit and Emma Amos' Flower Sniffer 9) Flowers on an abandoned building in LA 🌼🌞🐥 . . . . . . . . . #jonaswood #Interiorsandlandscapes #davidkordansky #kimchinabe #justonecookbook #underdograilroadrescue #adoptdontshop #livecolorfully #theastergates #buttobeapoorrace #regenprojects #womensmarch #pygmyhipposhoppe #chiweenie #zadiesmith #swingtime #patcleveland #walkingwiththemuses #tactilematter #poketo #compartes #caam #wewantedarevolution #jaejarrell #urbanwallsuit #emmaamos #flowersniffer #ロス #top9 #intersectional
- I guess I can& #39;t deny yellow was my color of 2017. Here& #39;s my faves this year. 1) @jonasbrwood & #39;s Jungle Kitchen @davidkordanskygallery 2) My plant-based take on @justonecookbook & #39;s kimchi nabe 3) Gaston, adopted by my family from @urrescue 4) @theastergates putting finishing touches on his But To Be a Poor Race exhibit @regenprojects 5) A very wise lady @womensmarch in LA 6) Emi and Coco @pygmyhipposhoppe 7) Xmas presents from my husband: books by @zadie_smith and @patcleveland , figurine by @tactilematter , mug from @poketo , and chocolate from @compartes 8) A gallery view of @caaminla & #39;s We Wanted a Revolution Exhibit: Jae Jarrell& #39;s Urban Wall Suit and Emma Amos& #39; Flower Sniffer 9) Flowers on an abandoned building in LA 🌼🌞🐥 . . . . . . . . . #jonaswood #Interiorsandlandscapes #davidkordansky #kimchinabe #justonecookbook #underdograilroadrescue #adoptdontshop #livecolorfully #theastergates #buttobeapoorrace #regenprojects #womensmarch #pygmyhipposhoppe #chiweenie #zadiesmith #swingtime #patcleveland #walkingwiththemuses #tactilematter #poketo #compartes #caam #wewantedarevolution #jaejarrell #urbanwallsuit #emmaamos #flowersniffer #ロス #top9 #intersectional
- I guess I can't deny yellow was my color of 2017. Here's my faves this year. 1) @jonasbrwood's Jungle Kitchen @davidkordanskygallery 2) My plant-based take on @justonecookbook's kimchi nabe 3) Gaston, adopted by my family from @urrescue 4) @theastergates putting finishing touches on his But To Be a Poor Race exhibit @regenprojects 5) A very wise lady @womensmarch in LA 6) Emi and Coco @pygmyhipposhoppe 7) Xmas presents from my husband: books by @zadie_smith and @patcleveland, figurine by @tactilematter, mug from @poketo, and chocolate from @compartes 8) A gallery view of @caaminla's We Wanted a Revolution Exhibit: Jae Jarrell's Urban Wall Suit and Emma Amos' Flower Sniffer 9) Flowers on an abandoned building in LA 🌼🌞🐥 . . . . . . . . . #jonaswood #Interiorsandlandscapes #davidkordansky #kimchinabe #justonecookbook #underdograilroadrescue #adoptdontshop #livecolorfully #theastergates #buttobeapoorrace #regenprojects #womensmarch #pygmyhipposhoppe #chiweenie #zadiesmith #swingtime #patcleveland #walkingwiththemuses #tactilematter #poketo #compartes #caam #wewantedarevolution #jaejarrell #urbanwallsuit #emmaamos #flowersniffer #ロス #top9 #intersectional
- Regram @caaminla ... Today 'We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965 - 1985' opens! #WeWantedARevolution examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. We're the only West Coast stop for this amazing exhibition so make sure you come to CAAM to check it out! For the Women's House, 1971 Faith Ringgold. #5artistasmujeres #5womenartists #womeninthearts #womenartists #womeninart #artoftheday #artlover #caam #losangeles #museum #caaminla
- Regram @caaminla ... Today & #39;We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965 - 1985& #39; opens! #WeWantedARevolution examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. We& #39;re the only West Coast stop for this amazing exhibition so make sure you come to CAAM to check it out! For the Women& #39;s House, 1971 Faith Ringgold. #5artistasmujeres #5womenartists #womeninthearts #womenartists #womeninart #artoftheday #artlover #caam #losangeles #museum #caaminla
- Regram @caaminla ... Today 'We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965 - 1985' opens! #WeWantedARevolution examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. We're the only West Coast stop for this amazing exhibition so make sure you come to CAAM to check it out! For the Women's House, 1971 Faith Ringgold. #5artistasmujeres #5womenartists #womeninthearts #womenartists #womeninart #artoftheday #artlover #caam #losangeles #museum #caaminla
- This was our live talk on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women IDEVAW Nov 25. With @unwomen @rappler How do we end sexual harassment? We recognize it is a form of #VAW If we truly want a human-centered society then we shouldn't allow sexual misconduct, gender based violence, rape, and all other forms of violence against women. We should support the survivors/victims who speak out and call out the perpetrators along with their coddlers. Are you listening Art world? I have a long list of women and young girls who send me private messages with proof of their own experiences. They fear their abusers and the "enablers" so many old Gorillaz in the art world. Wearing my #wewantedarevolution shirt from @brooklynmuseum @chermosa ❤️ missing all the amazing shoes and talks at #elizabethsacklercenterforfeministart Watch the full video here: https://www.rappler.com/move-ph/189373-rappler-talk-sexual-harassment-un-women
- This was our live talk on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women IDEVAW Nov 25. With @unwomen @rappler How do we end sexual harassment? We recognize it is a form of #VAW If we truly want a human-centered society then we shouldn& #39;t allow sexual misconduct, gender based violence, rape, and all other forms of violence against women. We should support the survivors/victims who speak out and call out the perpetrators along with their coddlers. Are you listening Art world? I have a long list of women and young girls who send me private messages with proof of their own experiences. They fear their abusers and the "enablers" so many old Gorillaz in the art world. Wearing my #wewantedarevolution shirt from @brooklynmuseum @chermosa ❤️ missing all the amazing shoes and talks at #elizabethsacklercenterforfeministart Watch the full video here: https://www.rappler.com/move-ph/189373-rappler-talk-sexual-harassment-un-women
- This was our live talk on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women IDEVAW Nov 25. With @unwomen @rappler How do we end sexual harassment? We recognize it is a form of #VAW If we truly want a human-centered society then we shouldn't allow sexual misconduct, gender based violence, rape, and all other forms of violence against women. We should support the survivors/victims who speak out and call out the perpetrators along with their coddlers. Are you listening Art world? I have a long list of women and young girls who send me private messages with proof of their own experiences. They fear their abusers and the "enablers" so many old Gorillaz in the art world. Wearing my #wewantedarevolution shirt from @brooklynmuseum @chermosa ❤️ missing all the amazing shoes and talks at #elizabethsacklercenterforfeministart Watch the full video here: https://www.rappler.com/move-ph/189373-rappler-talk-sexual-harassment-un-women
- "For me, a black woman artist, to walk into the studio, is a political act." - Emma Amos __ Emma Amos was the youngest member—and only woman—of the New York collective Spiral, assembled as a support and networking group for black artists interested in social change. Spiral sought space and greater visibility for black artists in a racist art world, and its members debated art’s role in political activism. In this self-portrait, Amos presents herself alone in a vast, abstract field of paint, simply enjoying the fragrance of flowers. The artist nonetheless steadily returns the viewer’s gaze, asserting and defining her own place within her work. __ Flower Sniffer, 1966 Emma Amos Amos' work is currently on view in 'We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85.' #CAAMArtistProfile
- "For me, a black woman artist, to walk into the studio, is a political act." - Emma Amos __ Emma Amos was the youngest member—and only woman—of the New York collective Spiral, assembled as a support and networking group for black artists interested in social change. Spiral sought space and greater visibility for black artists in a racist art world, and its members debated art’s role in political activism. In this self-portrait, Amos presents herself alone in a vast, abstract field of paint, simply enjoying the fragrance of flowers. The artist nonetheless steadily returns the viewer’s gaze, asserting and defining her own place within her work. __ Flower Sniffer, 1966 Emma Amos Amos& #39; work is currently on view in & #39;We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85.& #39; #CAAMArtistProfile
- "For me, a black woman artist, to walk into the studio, is a political act." - Emma Amos __ Emma Amos was the youngest member—and only woman—of the New York collective Spiral, assembled as a support and networking group for black artists interested in social change. Spiral sought space and greater visibility for black artists in a racist art world, and its members debated art’s role in political activism. In this self-portrait, Amos presents herself alone in a vast, abstract field of paint, simply enjoying the fragrance of flowers. The artist nonetheless steadily returns the viewer’s gaze, asserting and defining her own place within her work. __ Flower Sniffer, 1966 Emma Amos Amos' work is currently on view in 'We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85.' #CAAMArtistProfile
- Little Man, Little Man is a celebration of the self-esteem of black children. ~James Baldwin So excited about the forthcoming reprint of James Baldwin's only children's book! In the Little Man, Little Man, four-year-old TJ spends his days on his lively Harlem block playing with his best friends WT and Blinky and running errands for neighbors. Little Man, Little Man celebrates and explores the challenges and joys of black childhood. In it we not only see life in 1970s Harlem from a black child’s perspective; we gain a fuller appreciation of the genius of one of America’s greatest writers. The book is set to be released in August 2018 by Duke University Press. #JamesBaldwin #LittleManLittleMan #kidlit #childrensbooks
- Little Man, Little Man is a celebration of the self-esteem of black children. ~James Baldwin So excited about the forthcoming reprint of James Baldwin& #39;s only children& #39;s book! In the Little Man, Little Man, four-year-old TJ spends his days on his lively Harlem block playing with his best friends WT and Blinky and running errands for neighbors. Little Man, Little Man celebrates and explores the challenges and joys of black childhood. In it we not only see life in 1970s Harlem from a black child’s perspective; we gain a fuller appreciation of the genius of one of America’s greatest writers. The book is set to be released in August 2018 by Duke University Press. #JamesBaldwin #LittleManLittleMan #kidlit #childrensbooks
- Little Man, Little Man is a celebration of the self-esteem of black children. ~James Baldwin So excited about the forthcoming reprint of James Baldwin's only children's book! In the Little Man, Little Man, four-year-old TJ spends his days on his lively Harlem block playing with his best friends WT and Blinky and running errands for neighbors. Little Man, Little Man celebrates and explores the challenges and joys of black childhood. In it we not only see life in 1970s Harlem from a black child’s perspective; we gain a fuller appreciation of the genius of one of America’s greatest writers. The book is set to be released in August 2018 by Duke University Press. #JamesBaldwin #LittleManLittleMan #kidlit #childrensbooks
- Finally made it to “We Wanted a Revolution” which was everything I hoped for and more. Such a historically important exhibition, one that reminded me how much more I have to learn. Art history, as always, has some serious catching up to do. Why the work of these women isn’t taught in every modern art history survey is beyond me—it’s reprehensible, really. These black women artists made work in every media, formed artist collectives and galleries (because they were excluded from almost everything), were activists, authors, all on top of being responsible for the domestic and familial duties thrust on them. Pictured here, Carrie Mae Weems, Elizabeth Catlett, Betye Saar, and Lorraine O’Grady #blackwomenartists #blackpower #blackart #blackhistory #caam #carriemaeweems #betyesaar #elizabethcatlett #lorraineogrady #africanamericanartists #africanamericanwomen #africanamericanhistory #museumday #expositionpark #knowledgeispower #educateyourself #wewantedarevolution #losangeles #lalife
- Finally made it to “We Wanted a Revolution” which was everything I hoped for and more. Such a historically important exhibition, one that reminded me how much more I have to learn. Art history, as always, has some serious catching up to do. Why the work of these women isn’t taught in every modern art history survey is beyond me—it’s reprehensible, really. These black women artists made work in every media, formed artist collectives and galleries (because they were excluded from almost everything), were activists, authors, all on top of being responsible for the domestic and familial duties thrust on them. Pictured here, Carrie Mae Weems, Elizabeth Catlett, Betye Saar, and Lorraine O’Grady #blackwomenartists #blackpower #blackart #blackhistory #caam #carriemaeweems #betyesaar #elizabethcatlett #lorraineogrady #africanamericanartists #africanamericanwomen #africanamericanhistory #museumday #expositionpark #knowledgeispower #educateyourself #wewantedarevolution #losangeles #lalife
- Finally made it to “We Wanted a Revolution” which was everything I hoped for and more. Such a historically important exhibition, one that reminded me how much more I have to learn. Art history, as always, has some serious catching up to do. Why the work of these women isn’t taught in every modern art history survey is beyond me—it’s reprehensible, really. These black women artists made work in every media, formed artist collectives and galleries (because they were excluded from almost everything), were activists, authors, all on top of being responsible for the domestic and familial duties thrust on them. Pictured here, Carrie Mae Weems, Elizabeth Catlett, Betye Saar, and Lorraine O’Grady #blackwomenartists #blackpower #blackart #blackhistory #caam #carriemaeweems #betyesaar #elizabethcatlett #lorraineogrady #africanamericanartists #africanamericanwomen #africanamericanhistory #museumday #expositionpark #knowledgeispower #educateyourself #wewantedarevolution #losangeles #lalife
- Maren Hassinger with her sculpture at ARCO Center for Visual Art, Los Angeles, 1976. Read our profile on Hassinger by @catrellcecilia and check out her new work featured in ‘We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85,’ formerly at the Brooklyn Museum, currently at the California African American Museum (CAAM) through January, 2018, and then at ICA Boston. #marenhassinger #blackradicalwomen #sculpture @icaboston @brooklynmuseum @marenhassinger #wewantedarevolution #bmoreart #badass @caaminla @rinehart.sculpture @marylandinstitutecollegeofart
- Maren Hassinger with her sculpture at ARCO Center for Visual Art, Los Angeles, 1976. Read our profile on Hassinger by @catrellcecilia and check out her new work featured in ‘We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85,’ formerly at the Brooklyn Museum, currently at the California African American Museum (CAAM) through January, 2018, and then at ICA Boston. #marenhassinger #blackradicalwomen #sculpture @icaboston @brooklynmuseum @marenhassinger #wewantedarevolution #bmoreart #badass @caaminla @rinehart.sculpture @marylandinstitutecollegeofart
- Maren Hassinger with her sculpture at ARCO Center for Visual Art, Los Angeles, 1976. Read our profile on Hassinger by @catrellcecilia and check out her new work featured in ‘We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85,’ formerly at the Brooklyn Museum, currently at the California African American Museum (CAAM) through January, 2018, and then at ICA Boston. #marenhassinger #blackradicalwomen #sculpture @icaboston @brooklynmuseum @marenhassinger #wewantedarevolution #bmoreart #badass @caaminla @rinehart.sculpture @marylandinstitutecollegeofart

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