Last week artist and activist Ann Lewis began work on “See Her,” a public mural at 808 Tremont Street in Boston’s South End. The temporary mural, up until October 2018, is being created in partnership with the women of the McGrath House, a reentry facility where incarcerated women serve the final six months of their…Read More
New York-based photographer Linda Nieves-Powell grew tired of being wedged into Puerto Rican stereotypes during her childhood in white, suburban New Jersey. Years later, she turned her frustration into images. Inspired by a 1954 Life magazine cover photo of Rita Moreno, Nieves-Powell began recreating iconic images of Afro-Latina trailblazers, and debuted the series in honor…Read More
From left to right: 1) Striking exhibit at Gallery Kayafas. 2) Equipped to fight the patriarchy. 3) And they said the ideal woman doesn’t exist. 4) Learning about gangsters, post-Chicago. 5) Still daydreaming about this Chagall. 6) American Rep slayed again with this INCREDIBLE show, stay tuned for my review.
From left to right: 1) Studio fun with Rebecca Isenhart Photography. 2) Pretty spring mornings with my favorite things. 3) A much-needed Monday caffeine boost. 4) Nothing inspires me like the stories of badass ladies. 5) Bleedin’ heart art reporter on duty. 6) Necessary cupcakes.
From left to right: 1) Wise words from Tolstoy. 2) Previewing the new Clarins collection. 3) Saturdays at the gallery. 4) Celebrating Easter the American way. 5) All the essentials for a perfect weekend. 6) Pensive reflections at the MFA.
I am a creature of habit. Once I get into a routine it becomes a source of comfort to me. This kind of behavior gets a lot of flack because it supposedly doesn’t breed an adventurous spirit. But I think order and organization can go hand in hand with spontaneous experience. My most routine-based time of the…Read More