Excited to present a new work as part of the Harlem Postcards series, at the Studio Museum this spring ! _____________________________________________ Bust Wide Open "When I captured this image on 125th Street, I was interested in how this incidental arrangement could represent both a problematic commodification of activism and an urgent need for resistance. The Black Lives Matter merchandise hanging on a faceless black mannequin also evokes Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, which, in both location and metaphor, navigates many of the same challenges black Americans face today: lives of simultaneous hyper-visibility and invisibility." - Phoebe Collings-James
Work & Money
I’m 50, A CEO, & A Former Sugar Daddy — Here’s What I Want You To...
In the past, we've interviewed several sugar babies (both men and women) as well as sugar mammas to chat about their experiences with sites like Seeking