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2015 April 30: “States of Visual Activism”

Photo album by Terra Dick Where: Brooklyn Museum Camera used:  Canon 6D New York (30.04.2015)   Alicia Boone,  Manager of Adult Programs at Brooklyn Museum: Education Dept., introducing speakers and moderator…  L-R: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Muholi and Staceyann Chin      … Continue reading

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2014 May 27: You’re a beauty

  Let your beauty speak.. In a world so diluted by greed.. So artificial nothing is real.. Smile faked.. They tell their fate… Let beauty speaks.. Let it lulls you into scented dreams.. Beautiful meanders.. Wondrous waterfalls.. Let beauty speaks.. … Continue reading

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