Hyperallergic covers group exhibition, Young, Gifted, and Black, at Goodman Gallery featuring pieces from Zoë Buckman’s Every Curve series.
Here’s a brief excerpt from the article “All Lives Are Black Lives: Examining Race in South Africa“:
British artist Zoë Buckman explores intersectional themes of feminism and blackness in her project Every Curve. She’s embroidered lyrics from rappers Tupac and Biggie in pastel thread onto vintage slips, bras, and other lingerie — with phrases like “Bitches, I like them brainless,” stitched in orange on a ’50s cone bra, and “I like ‘em cute, round tits and fat asses” on a lacy mint-green slip.
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