Her name: Savannah Spirit. She has just mounted this exhibition entitled Us and that she presents as follows: “Us” honors female cisgender, queer, trans and non binary identifying photographers by connecting the lineage of established female photographers to the emerging photographers of now. Not only are straight identifying women having their 21st century revolution so are cis, trans, queer and non binary communities. We fight for their rights as we have fought for women’s rights with an acceptance that everyone is represented in today’s vernacular. “Us” becomes a collective voice for those who feel they don’t always have one. The artists...
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