It's Women's History Month! What better way to celebrate this month by talking about supreme women artists that should be on your radar - some I may have written about, and some you may already know. Before I continue just a PSA: this month, and every day of your life, continue to lift up women's … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Artists Edition
God, it has been a long time. My new year resolution was to write more, go to more viewings and I have failed woefully the past 3 months - life happened, folks. But I'm back! And I have an amazing - aren't they always? - exhibition for you all to see. As always, this is … Continue reading Taiye Idahor: ÒKHÙO
Don't do it. For the love of your sanity and peace of mind, don't do it. To be a feminist woman, add non religious to the mix, in a Nigerian patriarchal (oxymoron, I know) household will mean having to fight to exist as your true self or forever hold your peace. It will mean having … Continue reading How to be a Feminist in a Nigerian household
I, too, was sold that lie, sis. In preparation for a DA (dick appointment) I'd make sure to get a carton of pineapple juice and drink it a few days before my appointment comes to me. Mowing the lawn and downing drinks full of sugar just for dick? Good god, thank goodness for growth. I … Continue reading I’ve Been Drinking Watermelon: The Vagina Myths.
Phoebe Boswell's For Every Real Word Spoken, a solo exhibition, is the current outstanding work that Tiwani has been fortunate enough to display in their space.
Because we all should read more women.