havesexwithghosts:

Elijah Burgher, King of the Forest, acrylic on canvas drop cloth, 6x9’, 2014
From AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME @GwangjuBiennale

havesexwithghosts:

Elijah Burgher, King of the Forest, acrylic on canvas drop cloth, 6x9’, 2014

From AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME @GwangjuBiennale

Ryan Brewer and AA Bronson
Black, 2011
A group of collaborations between AA and Ryan is featured in
AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME at the Gwangju Biennale, 2014.

Ryan Brewer and AA Bronson

Black, 2011

A group of collaborations between AA and Ryan is featured in

AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME at the Gwangju Biennale, 2014.

Ryan Brewer and AA Bronson
Red, 2011
A group of five collaborations between AA and Ryan is featured in AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME at the Gwangju Biennale, 2014.

Ryan Brewer and AA Bronson

Red, 2011

A group of five collaborations between AA and Ryan is featured in AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME at the Gwangju Biennale, 2014.

Ryan Brewer and AA Bronson
Gold, 2011
A group of collaborations between AA and Ryan is featured in AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME at the Gwangju Biennale, 2014.

Ryan Brewer and AA Bronson

Gold, 2011

A group of collaborations between AA and Ryan is featured in AA Bronson’s HOUSE OF SHAME at the Gwangju Biennale, 2014.

rufus666:

Queer-zines installation by Philip Aarons and AA Bronson at the LA Art Book Fair. Complimentary dick courtesy PINUPS Magazine.

rufus666:

Queer-zines installation by Philip Aarons and AA Bronson at the LA Art Book Fair. Complimentary dick courtesy PINUPS Magazine.

treleaven:

Cabine (2008), a collaboration between AA Bronson & Scott Treleaven

a sculpture that functions as a fortuneteller’s stall, a circus tent, a changing/transforming/meditation space, and a portable back room.

installation shots courtesy Esther Schipper & Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art

nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth before they were murdered by vigilantes/Policemen . Rest in peace. [Source: Shirin Barghi]

(Source: shwagerr)

You aren’t your body, you aren’t your race, you aren’t your gender you aren’t your nationality, you aren’t your clothes, job, education or relationships. You are the still silent awareness that watches , you are the kindness you express, you are the love you give.