A self-published zine and creative platform used to promote the work of female artists.
teenVAG does not own the rights to "Sweet Blindess" by Laura Nyro.
Video by, Natasha Nuñez.
Founded in January of 2011 by Natasha Nuñez and Allison Levy, teenVAG is a self-published zine and creative platform used to promote the work of emerging female artists. Since its initial launch in May of 2011 teenVAG has become a collective of female artists working towards the exposition of women within the art world and the relevant topics that directly affect them as well as their contemporaries.
Expanding beyond the basis of photography to include a more diverse list of artistic mediums— teenVAG Issue #2 continues to offer a forum for female artists to reestablish their work amongst the greater dialogue of the art world. With the introduction of the second issue and subsequent exhibition, teenVAG reiterates the beauty of a project solely run and participated in by females.
teenVAG Issue # 2 features work by: Aimee Brodeur, Elizabeth Jaeger, Olivia Locher, Carly Mark, Katie Miller, Anamaria Morris, Rebecca Richard, Isabelle Sirelius, Brooke Ellen Taylor, Alexandra Velasco, and Jessica Williams
With your help, teenVAG will raise $5,000 to aid in the printing, assembling, and distribution of Issue #2 as well as a corresponding exhibition both scheduled for December 2011.
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