This is my photo, Esther Morais from Transparency: The Gender Identity Project, that appears in the NYC exhibition WE: AMEricans at Station Independent Projects. The 8×12″ image is printed on a 11x 14 archival glossy paper and framed in a 11×14″ white frame. The price is $500.00. Ruben Natal-San Miguel has invited well known […]
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Thank you to Room, a magazine about literature art and feminism since 1975 for interviewing me and highlighting the current multimedia project Transparency: The Gender Identity Project. I’m thankful the magazine is a diverse community of writers, editors, and artists who make space for all women’s voices.
Now I can spill the beans! Thanks to photo editor Rebecca Robertson for featuring my work in PDN! I can’t believe #MartinParr‘s work is a project or two before mine in the publication! “In Daphne Chan’s portraits of Sasha Velour, the artist and drag queen is dressed in stylishly demure clothes that seem at odds […]
This week I found out that I didn’t receive a fellowship and was turned down by the Magnum Foundation. On a brighter note, a major magazine wants to publish my work, a curator highlighted my project and today I’m off to a really important interview. Ah, you win some you lose some but the important […]
It was a huge honour to be interviewed for the Spring ICP – International Center of Photography catalogue as they choose two artists to feature each issue a few times a year. Thank you to Elizabeth Kilroy, Suzanne Nichols and Karen Furth for the opportunity and your guidance. A special credit goes to drag activist […]