OBEY x Debbie Harry are launching their collaborative collection at Obey's very first pop-up store on Melrose tonight, and guess what? Our Masculine de La FEMME Volume 1 Zine will be showcased along with many other artist made zines and books. Thanks to our favorite publishers Cash Machine for bringing our art into Debbie's open arms. (well, we hope)
Masculine de La FEMME
Creative Direction by : Monica Reyes
Video by Vida de Castro
Featured Artist : Darsan O Connor
Join the We Choose Art team on Friday, March 10th at The Montalban theater and celebrate the 3rd installment of We Choose Art | A Feminist Perspective a group show curated by Baha H. Danesh.
This is a FREE event and doors open at 7:00 PM. Arrive early and explore a night of eclectic fine art, interactive art installations, and mind shifting feminist performances.
Also, for one night only, viewers can experience our Feminist SAFE ZONE Installation, which includes protest signs, photographs, and artwork created by the students of Bravo Medical Highschool inspired by the historic Women’s March in Los Angeles!
A Feminist Perspective will take place upstairs at The Montalban Mezzanine Gallery located at 1615 Vine St, Los Angeles, California 90028.
Following We Choose Art’s philosophy of creating a collaborative community of artistic expression, this unique exhibition continues to document the vibrant and creative culture of modern feminist artists.
The show includes both male and female artists whose works continue the feminist dialogue of equality for all. The work presented spans over 40 years with a diversity of artists working in the Los Angeles area. The featured artists are showing works that deal with concepts of race, class, culture, politics, social commentary and representation of women.
We Choose Art | A Feminist Perspective is presented by:
Shoebox PR and The Montalban
VISUAL ART BY:
Ashira Siegel Fox
Baha H. Danesh
Zara Monet Feeney
LIVE PERFORMANCES BY:
DeenaOH & Co
Fleur The Tease
DJ Luis Diskoe
On January 21st 2017, millions of women, men and childern around the world marched in solidarity in the name of equality and human rights. It was an incredible display of organization, spirit and love.
MDLF and our friend Mstr of Disguise collaborated on a t-shirt in support of the march. We passed out a handful to some of our favorite female activists, artists and extraordinaire. With the help of TK Anderson, we gathered the crew together before the LA march and TK who is a MDLF contributing artist, shot an epic group photo as well as plenty other photos documenting this historic day. We are so proud of our MDLF extended family as they stood together and stood proud sending out a message of courage, equality, strength and hope. Take a look at the gallery below all shot with BW 35mm film + Digital. Many other images can be found on social media under the tag that we thought best encapsulated our message
We have made the shirts available in the store on preorder. We moved through the first stash so fast and are currently waiting on our next batch. A portion of the proceeds of each shirt goes to Planned Parenthood.
All photos provided by Analog Portrait Contest. See More Images Here
ARTIST'S + MAKER'S 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 Artist's + Maker's Co-Op Shop! We have collaborated and featured the work of two amazing artists from MDLF.
A Portion of the Proceeds goes to Planned Parenthood
Wardrobe Stylist, Ann-Marie Hoang of Mstr of Disguise and Designer, Samantha Vanderhoof of Old Lady Baby agreed to collaborate with us for the Women's March in LA happening Jan. 21st. A group of carefully selected influential women who care about today's social causes and aren't afraid of censorship and mincing their words will be wearing these tees and chokers while marching by each other's side while being photographed by the amazing TK Anderson. TK Anderson will be shooting all images on BW and Color 35mm film.
Simultaneously, MDLF Co-founders, Dan Monick and Monica Reyes will photograph and document the Women's March in Washington, DC - also on BW and Color 35mm film.
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.
Now Space Gallery
Holiday Soiree + Pop-Up Art Bazaar
co-curated | hosted by Monica Reyes, founder and Art Director of Masculine de La FEMME
w i t h
many of our favorite artists, designers, and vintage collectors
5390 Alhambra Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90032
December 17, Saturday 12pm - 5pm.
Briana Evigan is a multi-talented actor, dancer, producer, humanitarian, animal-rights activist, an advocate against human trafficking, and a health & fitness lifestyle coach. She travels all around the world making global impact and ground breaking changes to help bring new life and empowering perspective for thousands of women.