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Transformative self-care is the world-making operative at Mutant Salon, a phantasmagorical beauty salon comprised of the mercurial interactions of Young Joon Kwak, Marvin Astorga and Alli Miller. Birthed as a platform for experimental performance and beautification, the community of LGBTQ POC, womyn and mutants offer

In the documentarian work of Ronald Price, AKA Dingo, we are confronted with the exploration of masculinity, specifically black masculinity, as defined through the lens of a contemporary history of black outlaw motorcycle clubs and their roots within a black Western cowboy tradition. Seeing both

A double, if not, multiple sensory phenomenon is the way humans interact with the external world by negotiating our internal desires within the game of what we know.  Jane Mulfinger archives human artifacts and engages the public in conceptual and perceptual reflections on the significances

With his hugely successful first forays into public art and social practice, Ankrom’s freeway sign project, Guerrilla Public Service, ushered in his unique form of political and social critique which both mocks and interrogates with an acidic positioning of humorous disdain for societal dysfunction and

Anat Ebgi Gallery is pleased to present Kush is my Cologne, Jibade-Khalil Huffman’s first solo show at the gallery. The show will run from January 21st through Feb 5th, 2017. An opening reception will be held on January 21st, from 6-8pm. Comprising a site-specific installation of