Essay for Peregrine Honig’s WIDOW Magazine

Peregrine Honig‘s Widow explores our culture of impossible beauty standards and mythic stereotypes. From a drawing of a trucker whore modeling Armani to the artist using herself in re-creations of 19th century cause-of-death wet plate collodion photographs, Honig demonstrates that she is post-medium, satisfying her imagination through drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, poetry and performance. In this thick compilation, she subtly reminds viewers that the American pop culture landscape is never what it seems.

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