Greene investigates dense subjects in her beautifully airbrushed and hand-painted pieces that most often depict braided brown hair intertwined and existing alongside lush, green plant leaves, or non symmetrical shapes covered in a layer of fur-like hair follicles.
In her brand new show, Grapejuice, Patricia Renee' Thomas is fascinated by the preparations of being a “presentable” black woman, and how doing hair is a universal experience of black female performance.
Photographer and multidisciplinary artist, Felix Quintana, captures the Angeleno spirit with genuine honesty in his series of cyanotype prints entitled 'Los Angeles Blueprints' — at the root of the series lies two of Quintana's creative practices, photography and drawing.
Whether it's an even-tempered woman in all-black behind the wheel of a car, or an equally composed woman sitting in a horse-shaped pool floaty wielding a Super Soaker, Valice's subject matter bounces between reality and one she has imagined.
In the most natural ways, Matt takes his personal stories and transcribes them onto the canvas through imagery—whether it be metaphorical or representational—that the viewer can attach their own personal experience to.
Jerry Hsu's new book, 'The Beautiful Flower is the World,' is a curated “feed” of cell phone photos — shot only with his Blackberry phone — documenting absurdities, unplanned snapshots of friends and strangers, skate culture, roadside curiosities, and anything else that Hsu deemed sharable.