After years of stock characters, [Viola] was thrilled to play a real protagonist, a fully developed, conflicted, somewhat mysterious woman. “It’s what I’ve had my eye on for so long,” she said. “It’s time for people to see us, people of color, for what we really are: complicated.” | x |
(Source: fyeahblackactresses, via bekusa)
After a long hiatus from the internet the beinArt collective is back online with a brand new website!
The beinArt Surreal Art Collective is an international network of highly skilled figurative artists with a shared fascination for surreal and imaginative themes.
We represent over 170 artists including: Mark Ryden Jeremy Geddes, Kris Kuksi, Laurie Lipton, Ron English, Greg (Craola) Simkins, Steven Assael, Travis Louie, Martin Wittfooth, Michael Hussar, Marco Mazzoni, Chris Mars, Chet Zar & Christian Rex van Minnen. (See full list here: http://beinart.org/artists/) We will be publishing a series of interviews with our artists on our blog in the coming months.
Christian Rex van Minnen
Tomasz Alen Kopera
"Learn from everyone. Follow no one. Watch for patterns. Work like hell."
'Black women pushing white babies': Candid photo series exposes the deep racial divide among New York nannies and their young wards
By Sadie Whitelocks
21:58 15 Jan 2014, updated 22:34 15 Jan 2014
A candid picture series exposing the lives of New York City nannies reveals how a deep-rooted racial divide continues to permeate the industry.
Photographer Ellen Jacob, 58, told MailOnline that she was inspired to start the project after noticing how it was often ‘black women pushing white babies around’ on Manhattan’s affluent Upper West Side.
After spending four years scouring the streets for willing subjects she discovered the majority of caregivers, aged 23 to 60, were immigrants living on the minimum wage with no sick pay, holidays or health benefits.
"Be careful who you vent to."