Nov 10, 2020 • 22M

03 Three Black Female Photographers

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Monika Kozub
Boudoir Talk is a podcast where women share their stories. Created by Monika Kozub, artist and feminist, founder of Berlin Boudoir - a project dedicated to showing women's beauty and power. <br /><br />"I've always felt women's voices are not present enough in public discourse, so I created this podcast - a space where women's stories can be heard. Women like you and me, ordinary and extraordinary at the same time. I will interview inspiring women I met in my life, but also give a chance to bring up the ones from previous generations." <br /><br />I will talk about: <br />- relationships with people, and the ones we have with our bodies <br />- female sexuality and eroticism <br />- why it is important to reveal your inner goddess <br />- our passions, things that help us get out of bed each morning <br />- being a woman at work and female entrepreneurship <br />- motherhood in its both wonderful and hard aspects <br />- self-love and how to take care of ourselves, both physically and mentally. <br /><br />Dear Women, Let's Talk!<br /><br />Stay in touch! <br />email: info[at] <br />website: <a href="" rel="noopener"></a> <br />Instagram & Facebook: @boudoirtalk & @berlinboudoir <br />Pinterest: @berlinboudoir
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#3 Black Female Photographers

An episode I recorded May 6, 2020 in the heat of protests for racial equality worldwide. I realized that even though I never considered myself a racist, I also never pursued learning and reading more about inspiring black female artists. I decided to change it and did a personal research which brought to my attention 3 wonderful black female photographers, that I dedicated this episode to: Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, Carrie Mae Weems and Denisse Ariana Pérez.

Articles I used:
Megan O’Grady, "How Carrie Mae Weems Rewrote the Rules of Image-Making, Oct. 15, 2018, The New York Times Style Magazine

Kalia Brooks, Interview with Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, Sep 11, 2014, Bomb Magazine