In many spaces - tech, business, fashion, social movements, we’re considering that there’s an increasing force of diversity and inclusivity. A browning, nonconforming push into exclusive worlds that were exclusively male, white and binary. It’s also happening in Art - Fine Art. Art pieces we as a culture have held up to be the pinnacle of prestige, beauty and exclusivity are being reinterpreted with people unlike the ones before.
A few months ago I took part in a new exhibit by SameSource titled, Reinterpreted. The exhibit reimagines famous pieces such as Olympia, La Véríté, and the Scènes de l'inquisition en Espagne (L’autodafé).
This week the exhibit launches and I’m featured in 3 pieces!
Amantium in Interior Reinterpreted 2019 SameSource based on 1497 by Jacometto Veneziano
Olympia Reinterpreted 2019 SameSource based on 1863 by Édouard Manet
Scènes de l'inquisition en Espagne (L'autodafé) Reinterpreted 2019 SameSource based on 1879 by Gabriel Joseph Marie Augustin Ferrier
Each piece really flips the script on gender, race, beauty, and power.
To see it in person the show details are below!
The show will run from June 29th through July 27th, 2019. An opening reception will be held on June 29th from 6 pm to 9 pm at
Fabrik Projects Gallery
2636 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, 90034
SameSource is a photographic artist with over two decades of professional experience recording images. SameSource fine art photography spans both landscape and bodyscape, often exploring human sexuality and its relationship with art. With recent showings from the Musée du Louvre, Paris, France, to Art Basel, Miami Beach, SameSource was recognized in the international Lumiere Award for 2017. Coagula Gallery in Los Angeles included SameSource in its Ten Top Artists exhibition for 2016 in a show curated by Tulsa Kinney of Artillery Magazine. SameSource work has been featured in The Huffington Post and American Photo magazine, and SameSource has twice been profiled by Silvershotz International Magazine of Contemporary Photography for the Apples and Apples Reinterpreted series, and is one of 25 international artists featured in the magazine’s 2017 Folio of Fine Art Photography (ISBN: 9781642049985). SameSource was one of thirty international photographers in the Los Angeles Festival of Photography’s 2017 exhibition on street photography at Fathom Gallery. In addition to being featured in numerous photography books, SameSource is the author of four fine art photography books, Objects of Ruin (ISBN: 132013419X), Apples(ISBN: 136615598X),Apples Reinterpreted (ISBN: 1366155858) and The Green Dress (ISBN: 9781388795016).
SameSource has origins in the rural Midwest. After studying music and philosophy in a liberal arts education, the artist went to Italy and became immersed in the works of the Renaissance. A return to the US brought the pursuit of graduate work in music and cinema, with an eventual arrival on the west coast via the USC film school. In addition to the full-time pursuit of photographic fine art, SameSource output has included notable works as a recording artist, writer, and filmmaker. SameSource is based in Los Angeles. Learn more at SameSourceFineArt.com and follow SameSource on Facebook, Instagram, & Vero; SameSourcePhoto on Twitter.
Represented by http://fabrikprojects.com/
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