My Alter Ego Has No Shame: Monica Orozco in conversation with Savannah Spirit
Framed Dimensions: 27" x 23"
Brooklyn based artist, photographer and curator Savannah Spirit was born in Los Angeles, CA in 1975.
Joining the 4th wave feminists of her generation, Savannah's work addresses body-positivity, the female/male gaze, censorship and women's rights. As an activist, Savannah has dedicated her time to photographing important civil rights issues including Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, People's Climate March, Anti-Trump protests and the Women's March. Savannah's photographs are in private collections in London, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Miami with a permanent piece in Tom Ford's Houston, TX flagship store. She has lectured about her work at various Apple store locations in NYC. Savannah's work has been published in D/Railed, W, Dazed, Huffington Post, Forbes, Vice, The Nation, The Abolitionist and City Journal.
Signature: Work is signed
Image rights: The artist courtesy of Mulherin New York
United States, b. 1975, Los Angeles, CA, USA