Renee Cox's fearlessness would explain her ability to survive twenty-three years in the art world. She's no stranger to criticism and controversy. Her photography and mixed-media art has celebrated blackness, the body, and womanhood. Come take a voyage with Cox on her journey.
Twenty-fifteen has been a spectacular year for THE BHOLDR. We are grateful for the amazing artists who have welcomed us into their creative worlds. We are thankful for every fan, subscriber and supporter. ART IS BOUNDLESS. As we exit 2015, we encourage you to CREATE your 2016.
Nominated as American Emerging Photographer of 2015 by Stella Kramer (Pulitzer Prize winning photo-editor) and United Photo Industries, L.A. based photographer Alícia Rius talks about her transition into photography, her passion for animals and being a featured artist in Brooklyn's Photoville 2015.
Craig Wetherby usually tells us stories through his photographs. This time he uses his words to share with us his commitment to the craft of film photography and his passion for black & white photos.
Gabriel García Román's on-going body of work, "Queer Icons" echoes the voices and displays the diverse identities of queer people of color.
Photographer, Loren Berger, shows us how not to look at the big picture.