“214 Trans4m” is a photo exhibit by the creative team of Daniel Kusner and Bryan Amann that gorgeously combines transgender models with Dallas history, architecture, and stereotypes. Among the photos: Obession Omega as Tina Turner leaving Ike at the Statler HIlton; James Love as Mary Kay Ash, representing revolutionary entrepreneurism; Frankyee Popovich as Marina Oswald leaving the Neely Street duplex after photographing her husband, Lee Harvey; and Aaron Ballinger channeling Jackie Kennedy’s impervious reaction to a polarizing ad that ran in The Dallas Morning News on that fateful day in 1963. The show runs through May 20 at the Kessler X+ Gallery in Dallas, it’s a must-see if you’re in the area. And I’m thinking the artists should do ALL the major cities. I’d love to see what they come up with for LA.
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