Dana often works with found imagery from Ebony Magazine to “highlight the idea of upward mobility and a growing middle class.”
The painter’s generic, unblemished figures are a direct reference to all that we’ve experienced over the last year.
The photographer creates a space of intimacy and trust during a shoot, taking on a role similar to a therapist to make her subjects feel as comfortable as possible.
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