[T]he world at large is criminally lacking equality. And, despite its progressive motives, groundbreaking and agenda-setting works and troupes of constant agitators, the art world is too. Curatorship especially is all too often overseen by the establishment, by self-appointed gatekeepers of culture. White men, basically. Enter Curated by Girls. a Berlin-based platform managed by Laetitia Duveau (also an artist and musician) and Suzanne Wegh, both of whom are dedicated to showcasing the work of “talented artists, emerging and established, from around the world,” regardless of gender, sexuality, race, class, education or any of the arbitrary boundaries that society loves to enforce.
Via the internet and IRL shows – and despite the ongoing existence of BS Instagram censorship rules – Curated by Girls is bringing exceptional image making, without prejudice.
Image above by Brandy Eve Allen, @brandyevephotos.