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When it comes to artists in India, Shilpa Gupta is largely regarded as an iconoclast of installation art. Her work has been showcased everywhere from New Delhi to New York, from Tokyo to Tel Aviv, from art galleries in Austria to taxis in Toronto. She uses the narrative of everyday life an easel to convey her notion of the metaphysical. She has an affinity for technology, electronics and interactive art and uses the combination to address sensitive topics in manner that is both delicate and...
Fashion Week Brooklyn is gearing up for their 10th year and they are looking for models who look like you!In the past FW|BK has made itself known for featuring socially conscious and fashion-forward designers, stylists, and models, and this year will be no different. Partnered with Kings Plaza, Brooklyn’s 1.1 million square foot shopping hub, they will feature not only retailers from venue, but also the newest designers on the scene.The coolest part is that they hold an open call for all participants! From hair...
It’s St. Patrick’s Day! A perfect excuse to draw a shamrock on your face with that green eyeliner you only use once a year to...draw a shamrock on your face... and hit the pubs to celebrate!RECORD SCRATCH! It’s Thursday, you have to work tomorrow!Buuuuuttt, nothing’s stopping you from drinking at home! (Shamrock on your cheek optional). Pick up the ingredients for these St. Patrick’s Day-inspired boozy concoctions on your way home tonight and get ready to kick up your heels — on your coffee table,...
Tuesday, Michelle Obama released her single This Is For My Girls at SXSW. Though the song does not exactly feature FLOTUS, it does feature Missy Elliott, Janelle Monáe, Zendaya, Chloe & Halle, JadaGrace, Kelly Rowland, Kelly Clarkson, and Lea Michele, to name a few. The First Lady did contribute to producing the song that was written by Grammy winner Diane Warren. The song was released to promote the campaign #62milliongirls, which pushes for the education of the estimated 62 million girls who around the world who aren't in...
My thighs touch. There was never a time when they didn’t. And if there was, I wasn’t aware of it, because I didn’t notice my thighs, as their own separate entity, until they were already touching. Or rather, I didn’t notice my thighs touched until I heard about how many people wished theirs didn’t.When I was six, I had an extensive collection of Barbie dolls. While my Barbies never had the coveted Dream House or the pink convertible, they did have massive wardrobes to choose from, and I did nothing...