“Home’s Horizons” by Fatimah Tuggar at The Davis Museum

*Review of Fatimah Tuggar: Home’s Horizons, at The Davis Museum, Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA through December 15, 2019 Eccentricity is an undeniable factor in Fatimah Tuggar’s art. Her most renowned pieces are visually dissonant. Like the inkjet-on-vinyl photomontages Voguish Vista and Lady and the Maid, where she juxtaposes cherry-picked images from the past and the present (the lo-fi and hi-res, understated and glam, the … Continue reading “Home’s Horizons” by Fatimah Tuggar at The Davis Museum

I Read Those Harvey Weinstein Dissertations And Here Are The Worst of The Worst. #MeToo

I’m not sure if I’ve been avoided reading the Harvey Weinstein exposes out of fear of knowing too much or getting embroiled in a world so far removed from mine. By “world”, I mean, Hollywood. That elusive, oneiric place where the ordinary or undiscovered become stars, iconic, or party-hard infamous. The sexual harassment, abuse, and alleged (using this word only because it is unbearable for me to imagine, … Continue reading I Read Those Harvey Weinstein Dissertations And Here Are The Worst of The Worst. #MeToo