Exhibited in "There is Black Art in the Future" with work from Corrine Jasmin, Jameelah Platt, Janel Young, Ashanté Josey, Morgan Overton, Sasha Igwe, and Juliandra Jones

Curated by Juliandra Jones 

Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The International Free Expression Project

Paying homage to pop art and popstars, Jasmin explores gender expression and fluidity, vibrancy, layers of queerness and joy. Through self portraiture, with a humorous undertone, she depicts “characters” within herself, different looks sported, and deconstructs the notion that Black people are monolithic. Jasmin shares boundless expressions of Blackness. The images are also influenced by the artist's love and knowledge of fashion which she’s held since her early youth.

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