ARTISTS + MAKERS COLLABORATION
MDLF x MSTR OF DISGUISE x OLD LADY BABY
We are so proud to announce the opening of Masculine de La FEMME's first Artists + Makers Co-Op Shop! We have collaborated and featured the work of two amazing artists from MDLF.
A portion of the proceeds of noted item goes to Planned Parenthood
Wardrobe Stylist Ann-Marie Hoang of Mstr of Disguise and Designer Samantha Vanderhoof of Old Lady Baby are collaborating with us for the Women's March in LA happening Jan. 21st. We are so grateful that a group of amazing and socially conscious women who aren't afraid of censorship and mincing their words will be wearing these tees and chokers while attending the march.
Simultaneously, MDLF Co-founders, Dan Monick and Monica Reyes will be participating in the march in Washington, DC.
If you are going to either marches in LA or in DC - please get in contact with us, and we'll connect you with the groups that are attending.
G E A R U P F O R T H E W O M E N ' S M A R C H
"Free The She"
Mstr of Disguise x MDLF Collaboration
A Portion of the Proceeds goes to Planned Parenthood
Fitted Short Sleeve Scoop Neck Tee
C O N T R I B U T O R
Will be photographing the historical Million Women March for "FREE THE SHE"
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Showboat Gallery is pleased to announce Silk Degrees by Dan Monick, co-founder and photographer of Masculine de La FEMME. Silk Degrees is a personal account of life in Los Angeles. The still lifes of ordinary objects, windows, sidewalks and coyotes weave together an energy that is so special to the city . Part photography, part sculptural, and part installation, Silk Degrees is the neon nights and cooked days in the city Monick calls home.
Dan Monick is a photographer, musician and director who lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.
His work has been commissioned by and featured in numerous publications and has been exhibited at such galleries and spaces as Fluxco Gallery, Little Bird, Meter Gallery, Subliminal Projects, Space 15twenty, The Ace Hotel and Soo Visual Arts Center amongst others. From 2003-2006 Dan Monick was a co-curator at the Jeff Electric Gallery in Los Angeles, focusing on first shows for new artists. He was an administrative member of the gallery and community-based arts center THIS: Los Angeles from January of 2010 until February of 2011. Gingko Press published his first book "Seven Years with Atmosphere and Rhymsayers" in December of 2010. His second book, “Every Payphone On Sunset Blvd” was published in October of 2012 and was part of Ed Rucha's Books & Co exhibition. 2012 was also the year he founded F/S Press with fellow artist and Muay Thai fighter Anthony Anzalone. F/S Press published artist zines and monographs. Monick also co- founded Cash Machine, an artist run project space and publisher in Atwater Village with an inaugural show featuring over 100 artists who all created one of a kind pieces to create a fake newsstand where all work was sold anonymously for $99.99. Monick's third monograph Psychic Windows was published by Cash Machine in February of 2016