MIAMI PROJECT

Booth M2

December 1 – 6, 2015

KATRINA ANDRY

The Jungle Bunny Gave You Fever. The Only Cure is to Fuck the Bunny. She Wants It., 2011

digital media and color woodcut reduction print on coventry linen rag

62.75 x 43 inches

Edition of 6


This is a stereotype of the Jungle Bunny; the hypersexual, exotic creature from another land. The aspect of being hypersexual was often used from the 1400-1940s as a reason as to why raping women of color wasn’t seen as a crime against humanity. They wanted it obviously. The term “jungle fever”, as if being involved with a person of color implies that you’ve been stricken with some sort of disease because it’s not natural for two people from different ethnic backgrounds to “love” one another. There can only be a feverish lust between the two of them, no true actual feelings of love. How could you love a Jungle Bunny? This piece confronts the stereotype of women of color being lascivious, hypersexual, animalistic, exotic beings.

KATRINA ANDRY

Congratulations You Made It!: Working Your Way Up the American Caste System, 2009

digital media and color woodcut reduction print on coventry linen rag

55.25 x 45 inches

Edition of 5


This pieces strays a bit from the overarching theme of the rest of my work, which really focuses on how stereotyping influences social justice issues. The idea surrounding this piece is that the colonized want to be like the colonizer in style, in achievements and in life. This self-loathing notion runs pervasive in the black community. One of the ways it’s seen most strongly is an educated or well-to-do black man having a preference for white women. White women are the prize that awaits all of his efforts at being successful. White men, the powerful colonizer, marry white women. A white woman is seen as the ideal representation of femininity and beauty. She’s a well-deserved prize for a man of color that beat the odds, got his degree, and has many achievements under his belt. He stands on the totem poll of black women (presumably his mom or relatives) and sees himself as “better” than them because of his achievements and so worthy of his white prize. He’s ejaculating on his prize. This represents the obsession with having mixed children, children that “aren’t as black as your children”, and are therefore more beautiful as they are closer to whiteness.

DAVID BUCKINGHAM

Chris Burden II, 2011

cut and welded found metal

41 x 60 x 9 inches

DAVID BUCKINGHAM
Meh!, 2014
cut and welded found metal
​31 x 48 x 4 inches

DAVID BUCKINGHAM
Dave Turgeon, 2015
cut and welded found metal
31 x 41 x 2 inches

DAVID BUCKINGHAM
The World According to Cowboy Ray Kelly, 2015
cut and welded found metal
 

DAVID BUCKINGHAM
Where'd You Go To School?, 2015
cut and welded found metal
52.5 x 18.5 inches

DAVID BUCKINGHAM

Bourbon Street Chant, 2010

cut and welded found metal

34.5 x 28 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE
Osha Vichy, 2002
gunshots and oil on aluminum
​60 x 48 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE
Saint Sebastian IX, 2010
gunshot powder coated stainless steel
​42 x 42 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE
Sunday Morning II, 2014
gunshot stainless steel with powder coating
42 x 42 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE

Other Voices I, 2006

gunshots on stainless steel

30 x 30 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE

Other Voices III, 2006

gunshots on stainless steel

30 x 30 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE
Shot Through I, 2013
gunshot on powder-coated stainless steel
​24 x 24 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE
Saint Sebastian V, 2010
gunshots on powder-coated stainless steel
​18 x 18 inches

MARGARET EVANGELINE
Saint Sebastian VII, 2010
gunshot on powder-coated stainless steel
​18 x 18 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
1000 Stamps (Price Charles, Lady Diana), 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​28 x 22.5 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
1000 Stamps (Eleanor Roosevelt), 2014
painted aluminum, wood, rubber
​31 x 22.5 x 4 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Pepsi (Think Young), 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​26 x 24 x 5.5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Pepsi-Cola, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Coca-Cola (Snow), 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Chevrolet '61, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​26 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Marlin, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Aspirin, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​25 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Budweiser, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​24 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Big Hits Rolling Papers, 2014
painted aluminum, wood, rubber
​24 x 24 x 4 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Do You Know a Space Cadet?, 2014
painted aluminum, wood, rubber
​24 x 24 x 4 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Happiness Is, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​24.5 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Thank You (Vaughn's Bar), 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
24 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Rock Island, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
27 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Looking for Something? (Use the Yellow Pages), 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 24 x 5 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
Crisco Disco, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 18.5 x 4 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
King Edward Cigars, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 24 x 4 inches

SKYLAR FEIN
IBM, 2015
painted aluminum, homasote, rubber
​27 x 24 x 5 inches

BONNIE MAYGARDEN
Simulation I, 2015
acrylic on canvas
48 x 48 inches

BONNIE MAYGARDEN
Simulation II, 2015
acrylic on canvas
48 x 48 inches

GINA PHILLIPS

Johnny Kashner, 2015

fabric, thread, paint

65 x 28 inches

GINA PHILLIPS

Daisy, 2015

fabric, thread, paint

36 x 40 inches

GINA PHILLIPS

Lux Cloud, 2015

fabric, thread, paint

21.5 x 74.5 inches

MARNA SHOPOFF
141, 2014
oil and ink on canvas
126 x 144 inches [quadriptych]

MARNA SHOPOFF
Internal Constructs, 2014
oil and ink on canvas
72 x 126 inches [diptych]

MARNA SHOPOFF
Inside Out, 2014
oil and ink on canvas
72 x  96 inches [diptych]

MARNA SHOPOFF
Borrowed Space, 2015
oil, ink, gouache on canvas
​72 x 76 inches
diptych

MARNA SHOPOFF

All Shades of Blue, 2015

oil and ink on canvas

37.5 x 34 inches

MARNA SHOPOFF

Either Way, 2015

oil, gouache, ink on canvas

26 x 40 inches

diptych

MARNA SHOPOFF

The Bridge Between, 2015

oil, gouache, acrylic, ink on canvas

23 x 12.5 inches

MARNA SHOPOFF
Ribbon, 2015
oil, acrylic, gouache and ink on canvas
12.5 x 10 inches

PAUL VILLINSKI

Belt, 2015

discarded liquor bottles, belts, rivets

27 x 8 x 1.5 inches

installation variable

PAUL VILLINSKI

Belt [detail], 2015

discarded liquor bottles, belts, rivets

27 x 8 x 1.5 inches

installation variable

PAUL VILLINSKI
Appear, 2014
aluminum (found cans), wire, acrylic on panel
48 x 48 x 8 inches
 

PAUL VILLINSKI

Empire III, 2014

antique carved frame, aluminum (found cans), wire, steel, soot, flashe

36.5 x 28.75 x 8.25 inches

PAUL VILLINSKI

Empire II, 2014

antique carved frame, aluminum (found cans), wire, steel, soot, flashe

17 x 15.5 x 6.25 inches

PAUL VILLINSKI
Cirrus [medium element detail view], 2015
powder coated steel, found aluminum cans, wire, blue Flashe
37 x 114 x 8 inches
individual element: 21 x 49 x 7 inches

PAUL VILLINSKI
Cirrus [small element detail view], 2015
powder coated steel, found aluminum cans, wire, blue Flashe
37 x 114 x 8 inches
individual element: 16 x 35 x 6 inches

PAUL VILLINSKI
Cirrus [detail view], 2015
powder coated steel, found aluminum cans, wire, blue Flashe
37 x 114 x 8 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Nocturne, 2015
oil and hand-sewn glass bead on linen
​12 x 12 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Cusp, 2015
acrylic, hand-sewn gold plated beads and wallpaper on linen
​13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Blood Moon I, 2015
oil, glass beads and embroidered hair on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Blood Moon II, 2015
oil on linen
​13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Under her dark veil, 2015
graphite, embroidered thread and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
And yet I cannot go, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Moments after I have dreamed, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Let evening come, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
God gloats upon her stunning flesh, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Her pale fire snatches from the sun, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
Perching on this silver minute of evening, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE
We grow accustomed to the dark, 2015
graphite and beads on linen
13.75 x 13.75 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE

Odalisque, 2014

graphite on primed linen

13 x 13 inches

MONICA ZERINGUE

Narcissus, 2014

graphite on primed linen

19 x 31 inches