18 Feb Medverkar i Wattswhat magazine
MEDVERKAR I LONDONBASERADE WATTSWHAT MAGAZINE MED MITT PORTRÄTT AV FÖRFATTAREN OCH MÄNNISKORÄTTSAKTIVISTEN JAMES BALDWIN (1924-1987).
Journalisten Emil Wilbekin, även grundare av organisationen ‘Native son’ (USA) efterfrågade mitt porträtt till sin artikel om denna fantastiska man.
About WattsWhat Magazine:
Men’s Lifestyle Issue 2 SS18 out February. Sold in UK, USA, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Singapore, Lagos, Japan, Germany, France, Austria.
About Native Sons:
”We are a movement of Black Gay Men. We inspire and empower each other. We celebrate our story and our Black Man Magic. We live authentic lives.”
Native Son is an intergenerational movement founded by Wilbekin with the aim of creating a safe space to empower black gay men and celebrate their achievements in the arts, business, media, fashion, politics, and healthcare. Native Son held its second annual awards show on June 21, celebrating contemporary artist Kehinde Wiley, philanthropist Reggie Van Lee, and Next Model Management President Kyle Hagler. The inaugural awards, held last November, honored CNN anchor Don Lemon, playwright George C. Wolfe and activist DeRay Mckesson―all possessing of what Wilbekin refers to as #BlackManMagic.
James Baldwin painted by Angelica Markén (sweden)