Misogynoir/Resistance is a cross section between gender and race. Misogynoir is when a black woman experiences misogyny and racism.  Feminist professor Moya Bailey coined the term.  In this series some of the painted women are crossed out as a way to push back against misogynoir.   All available work is for sale.  For questions email dawn.okoro@gmail.com
       
     
       
     
Not A Punchline
       
     
High Yellow
       
     
Misogynoir/Resistance
       
     
Workhorse
       
     
Erasure
       
     
Embrace the Power
       
     
 Misogynoir/Resistance is a cross section between gender and race. Misogynoir is when a black woman experiences misogyny and racism.  Feminist professor Moya Bailey coined the term.  In this series some of the painted women are crossed out as a way to push back against misogynoir.   All available work is for sale.  For questions email dawn.okoro@gmail.com
       
     

Misogynoir/Resistance is a cross section between gender and race. Misogynoir is when a black woman experiences misogyny and racism.  Feminist professor Moya Bailey coined the term.

In this series some of the painted women are crossed out as a way to push back against misogynoir.

All available work is for sale.  For questions email dawn.okoro@gmail.com

       
     
Artist Dawn Okoro: Misogynoir / Resistance
Not A Punchline
       
     
Not A Punchline

acrylic on canvas, 36x36 inches - SOLD

High Yellow
       
     
High Yellow

acrylic on canvas, 36x36 inches 

Misogynoir/Resistance
       
     
Misogynoir/Resistance

oil and acrylic on canvas, 36x36 inches 

Workhorse
       
     
Workhorse

oil on canvas, 36x36 inches 

Erasure
       
     
Erasure

oil and acrylic on canvas, 36x48 inches 

Embrace the Power
       
     
Embrace the Power

acrylic on wood panel, 12x12 inches, Mexic-Arte Museum Collection, Austin, Texas