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Artist Zoë Buckman debuted her “Every Curve” exhibition at PAPILLON ART gallery in Los Angeles last Saturday. The exhibit is a three-year-long ongoing body of work, merging feminism and hip-hop culture through vintage lingerie hand-embroidered with lyrics from Tupac Shakur and Notorious BIG.
Buckman, who grew up in a feminist and activist household in East London, explores lyrics in reference to women from violent and misogynistic text to sympathetic and pro-choice sentiments. The vintage lingerie garments intend to evoke the female form and ideas of objectification, while emphasizing the history of women, female liberation, empowerment, and sex.
“Every Curve” is on view through April 30.