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📍 BK to The Bay
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This one came to San Francisco and I was blessed to bask in her glory, all these years later. Grateful. loveyoulauren
Dindga McCannon: Empress Akweke, 1975 (also known as Diana Waiting for the Sun) | MOOD AF
hella adore this one.
Brunch with the best neighbors, on a Tuesday.
Now more than ever. | "I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually." 🗣️: James A. Baldwin (African American Flag, David Hammons 1990) Shout out to @bonnysawyerdoon and family with the relics for the culture.
Took the young ones to see this dope exhibition. Curated by Catherine Morris and Rujeko Hockley, the exhibit includes legendary artists Faith Ringgold, Betye Saar, Elizabeth Catlett, Lorna Simpson and so many more.
more celebrations of love(!), more faith, more friends, more sun, more hugs, more laughter, less mosquitos, more beautiful days. like. this.
New York for the weekend, feeling like Crooklyn's finest. Ain't no place like home. I'll holla!
We went to L.A. for the holiday to hang with babies. And, also got a chance to catch the wonder of Kerry James Marshall’s ‘Mastry’ before the exhibition ends. A truly magical body of work dedicated to Black life, love and liberty (and the complexities in between). It was glorious. Go see it!
Take me back. I been ready to go.
A forever reminder from Faith Ringgold.
More on Sanaz Mazinani: Her practice focuses on digital photographic propagation and its impact on representation and perception. Using the visual language of her Iranian roots to activate cultural exchange, she creates geometric patterns by sequentially pairing, repeating, mirroring, and multiplying her source material. Using the patterns Islamic ornamentation to speak to the ideology of transfiguration and the transitory nature of Being.