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Bare Witness Exhibit begins TOMORROW for #BushwickOpenStudios!!
Seven females unite to bare their lies, truth, imperfections, and perfections to the world. In Bushwick’s Starr Street Studio these creative women will bare their souls during Bushwick Open Studios. All seven artists’ expressive works will awaken a different sentiment within you.
If you’re in the NY area come join us in celebrating baring it all!!!!
Free drinks, beautiful creative women, good vibes, a Polaroid photo booth and AN AFTER PARTY! 
Three fun filled days with the artists. ALL WELCOMED! 
Read more about the Bare Witness Exhibit here 

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Bare Witness Exhibit begins TOMORROW for #BushwickOpenStudios!!

Seven females unite to bare their lies, truth, imperfections, and perfections to the world. In Bushwick’s Starr Street Studio these creative women will bare their souls during Bushwick Open Studios. All seven artists’ expressive works will awaken a different sentiment within you.

If you’re in the NY area come join us in celebrating baring it all!!!!

Free drinks, beautiful creative women, good vibes, a Polaroid photo booth and AN AFTER PARTY! 

Three fun filled days with the artists. ALL WELCOMED! 

Read more about the Bare Witness Exhibit here 

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Matthew Stone - Selections from Optimism as Cultural Rebellion and Unconditional Love

PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:

Night fishers, oyster gatherers, rat-catchers, ceremonial leaders, farmers – Africa’s humble workers are graced with dignity in a photo series shot in the sacred forest of Makasutu

"Photography for me is a way to strip away the boundaries, the prejudices and the false ideas that society and environmental pressures impose to frame my vision. It is a conduit and a tool to bridge a myriad of barriers, be they linguistic, age related, or ideological. In my approach the most important thing about photography is the process. It is about being in the moment and about the connection with the person or place I photograph. It is about finding a way to describe myself and in a way engage with humanity.”

Jason Florio is a NYC based photographer and writer from London. For the past 10 years he has worked as a freelance photojournalist around the globe for publications including The New Yorker, New York Times, Outside, Libération and The Times of London. (via Afritorial)

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Save My Soul (The CuDi Confession)
KiD CuDi

Kid Cudi- save my soul (The Cudi Confession)

#flashbackfriday A Kid Named Cudi 2008

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Portrait of the Painter Anton Peschka, Egon Schiele, 1909

Portrait of the Painter Anton Peschka, Egon Schiele, 1909

Lovin' It
Little Brother

Little Brother- lovin’ it (Ft. Joe Scudda)

'The Minstrel Show' 2005

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CALLING ALL ARTISTS IN THE NYC AREA FOR AN ARTS REVOLUTION

I’m working to come together as artists and really build this movement..even bigger than the Harlem Renaissance.

Musicians, vocalist, rappers, visual artist, graphic artist, designers, photographers, stylist…etc. Whatever art you create send to me with a brief description of yourself & what you contribute to the arts revolution

I will also post to my #ShowcaseSaturday on The Indigo Guide. I would love to meet any artists in the NYC area to do interviews, collab on projects & to help build this arts revolution as big as possible.

This is something I’m very dedicated & passionate about but I can’t do it alone. 

Send your work to ( theedirtydeity@gmail.com ) if you’re interested riggght now & I’ll let you know further details.

Spread the word my lovely artists & let’s begin the art revolution. :)

-The Dirty Deity Anora

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Sculptor Richmond Barthe in the 1930s

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Rare photo of Queen Latifah & Tupac

Rare photo of Queen Latifah & Tupac

Yoko Ono & John Lennon

Yoko Ono & John Lennon

Paintings done by Ernie Barnes

Art In The Streets (w/ Patti Astor, Fab 5 Freddy & Jean-Michel Basquiat at The Fun Gallery in the East Village of NY 1982/83)

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Bob Marley- Forever Loving Jah

#flashbackfriday

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