The Los Angeles-based Moonfaze Feminist Film Festival is inclusive of all voices – women, men, transgender people, and persons of color included – serving as a reminder that feminist isn’t a term solely reserved for those identifying as females.
The first collective exhibition of Aitken’s electrifying work touches on themes of isolation and natural decay while remaining spectacularly larger than life, featuring Tilda Swinton, feral animals in motel rooms, and a 22 foot crater filled with water.
We talk to Danny Minnick and Samaire Armstrong about their first collaborative show, Beautiful Beast, an organically conceived, vividly visceral collection that explores the intersection of masculine and feminine energy.
We talk with acclaimed multimedia artist Gregory Siff about his current exhibit at 4AM Gallery, “Portrait of an American Ice Cream Man,” and what the adult version of chasing after the ice cream truck is for him.
The latest work from photographer Mark de Paola explores the fluid sensuality of the female form using 60 second exposures that create an abstract and intimate landscape somewhere between dream and reality.