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A Photographer Who Has Spent Decades Capturing Queer Culture

| The Cut | Written by : Carolyn Twersky  |  www.thecut.com

Lola Flash wants you to see the world the way she sees it. “As an artist, I think that’s what I’m supposed to do,” she says. “I am supposed to invite the audience to see things the way I do.”

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Lola Flash’s photography immortalises queer, black New Yorkers

| Dazed Magazine | Written by : Lexi Manatakis  |  www.dazeddigital.com

We caught up with Lola Flash ahead of her first ever 30-year retrospective at New York's Pen + Brush to discuss how photography once illuminated the height of the AIDS crisis, and how it continues as a tool of activism for queer, black communities today.

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King Woman Review

| Huff Post | Written by : Isa Freeling  |  www.huffingtonpost.com

A not to be missed ode to the feminine flow of 25 artists who are diverse and complement each other well enough to say that “King Woman” takes the crown.

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Pen + Brush and ArtLeadHER Present: King Woman

| Saint Heron | Written by : Shantel Pass  |  saintheron.com

Mashonda Tifrere‘s swanky ArtLeadHER is collaborating with the unique NYC Pen + Brush gallery for an uplifting exhibition.

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Prism Review: Review of In The Foam of the Blue Waves

| Review | Written by : Lauren Lancaster  |  sites.laverne.edu

In the Foam of the Blue Waves is well written and narrated. The character’s ambition and California’s natural, scenic beauty overcome the devastation and destruction Irma had been fighting in the story.