“All my pictures begin with the body, and, ideally, nakedness. The unclothed body is our primary vessel, sensual home, and gateway to the rest of the world.”
Now In Pre-Sales, Deadline May to Publish
Performance Review, the first monograph by North Carolina-based artist, educator and activist Endia Beal, brings together work from first-hand experiences that highlight the realities and challenges for women of color in the corporate workplace.
This co-authored book captures first loves, the rich complexity of female friendship, and time as a reflector of our evolving selves.
Riffle and Landreth met in 1992. As teens in a small town sixty miles north of Seattle, they had a tight-knit group of creative friends, who would later easily identify themselves as queer.