Melissa Huang Art

Tumbling work by women artists. Check out my own artwork here: http://www.melissahuang.com
fyeahwomenartists:

We’re excited to announce that Women Artists: Interviews Volume 2 is available for pre-order!  Plus, if you order before September 10th, you can get the zine for the special sale price of $8 (regular: $10). 
This issue features artists Rochelle Goldberg, Jessi Hamilton, Mary Kang, Caris Reid, Katherine Squier, Amanda Valdez, and Kim Westfall.  Interviews by Anny Crane, Ashlyn Davis, Danea Johnson, Caroline Knowles, and Nicole Will. Cover design & titles by our favorite illustrator gal pal Naomi Elliott.  
We can’t wait to share the finished product with you!  Check back soon for a look inside the zine.
Pre-order HERE. 

fyeahwomenartists:

We’re excited to announce that Women Artists: Interviews Volume 2 is available for pre-order!  Plus, if you order before September 10th, you can get the zine for the special sale price of $8 (regular: $10). 

This issue features artists Rochelle Goldberg, Jessi Hamilton, Mary Kang, Caris Reid, Katherine Squier, Amanda Valdez, and Kim Westfall.  Interviews by Anny Crane, Ashlyn Davis, Danea Johnson, Caroline Knowles, and Nicole Will. Cover design & titles by our favorite illustrator gal pal Naomi Elliott.  

We can’t wait to share the finished product with you!  Check back soon for a look inside the zine.

Pre-order HERE

5centsapound:

Émilie Régnier: Mali Passport

via foam: ‘I am really driven by the idea of showing a West African society that is growing,’ says Régnier. That means ignoring the easy and the rote: pictures of elites quaffing champagne, or images cataloguing the atrocities of war. Witnessing with a camera takes many forms. For Régnier, photographic truth is located in the bodily presence of young West Africans proudly negotiating their future, a diverse future of many possibilities.’

(via immigrantgirls)

angrywocunited:

erimikat:

cat-on-themoon:

Frida Kahlo 1920 - 2014

STOP THIS FUCKING BULLSHIT This is not the first thing I should see when I go on the Friday Kahlo tagUghUghUghFrida Kahlo was one of the strongest most influential women to ever exist in Mexico and the world as a wholeHow dare youHow fucking dare youNoYou do not take one of my few latina feminist role models and taint her with your patriarchal western society view of beautyFuck youAs a Mexican female who is hoping to make an impact on the world through the arts, finding such a strong feminist role model who I can connect to because of cultural backgrounds is hard enough to findHow dare you do this shit

Does the shitty OP know Frida Kahlo used makeup to darken her unibrow and mustache. She didn’t give a fuck about your racist, fascist beauty standards, and was attempting to make you uncomfortable. 
And it worked. 
You’re so uncomfortable with her appearance to the extent of “white washing” her features. 
Fuck you. 
And fuck anyone who thinks she would be prettier if she removed her facial hair. 
It’s sad that no one understands the genius of Frida Kahlo and her artwork.

angrywocunited:

erimikat:

cat-on-themoon:

Frida Kahlo 1920 - 2014

STOP THIS FUCKING BULLSHIT
This is not the first thing I should see when I go on the Friday Kahlo tag
Ugh
Ugh
Ugh
Frida Kahlo was one of the strongest most influential women to ever exist in Mexico and the world as a whole
How dare you
How fucking dare you
No
You do not take one of my few latina feminist role models and taint her with your patriarchal western society view of beauty
Fuck you
As a Mexican female who is hoping to make an impact on the world through the arts, finding such a strong feminist role model who I can connect to because of cultural backgrounds is hard enough to find
How dare you do this shit

Does the shitty OP know Frida Kahlo used makeup to darken her unibrow and mustache. She didn’t give a fuck about your racist, fascist beauty standards, and was attempting to make you uncomfortable.

And it worked. 

You’re so uncomfortable with her appearance to the extent of “white washing” her features. 

Fuck you. 

And fuck anyone who thinks she would be prettier if she removed her facial hair. 

It’s sad that no one understands the genius of Frida Kahlo and her artwork.

(Source: wildkittyy)

blackcontemporaryart:

Betye Saar Crossings, 2005Mixed media assemblage on vintage wood object, 26-1/2 x 19-1/8 x 7-1/4, signed and dated, courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY.

blackcontemporaryart:

Betye Saar 
Crossings, 2005
Mixed media assemblage on vintage wood object, 26-1/2 x 19-1/8 x 7-1/4, signed and dated, courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY.

izotecipotx:

Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira | Ecuador | U.S Diaspora
My mom braiding my hair like her mother did to her from the series Other Stories 1 | 1991 | pigment print 

izotecipotx:

Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira | Ecuador | U.S Diaspora

My mom braiding my hair like her mother did to her from the series Other Stories 1 | 1991 | pigment print 

(via thecoalitionmag)