Leslie Fortuna is a Dominican / Puerto Rican artist from Brooklyn currently studying at NYU. Her visual work entails representing woman of color through various mediums. Though the work is inherently political, it is also filled wit and playfulness and a pervading sense of humanity that drips from the canvas. We sat down with her
Rocio is a Dominican-American visual artist based in the Bronx. Often using fantastical visual representations of herself, Rocio depicts the fullness of Black female identity. Through the use of bold colors, rainbows and bolded texts, Rocio channels her emotions through the visual medium production. She uses large stars to honor the younger child she was.
Daniella Brito is an interdisciplinary Dominican-American artist and writer based in New York City. Manipulating representations of the black “female” figure in her work, she disrupts the notion of a static identity politics by reimagining a de-gendered body and landscape. Galore: What does an Afro-Latinx identity mean to you? How do you embody it? Daniella Brito:
Leven Rambin is the actress creating outstanding performances one after the other seemingly effortlessly. The radiant portrayal’s Rambin continues to deliver is shaking up Hollywood and inspiring woman to be passionate in their pursuit to happiness. The talented actress began her career early on at the age of 13, with iconic productions such as ‘All