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Layla Love explores a variety of themes in her extraordinary photographs, including identity, religion, class structure, global politics, human relations, sex, passion, spirituality, and abstraction. Love has been passionate about photography since the age of 12, and describes her work as “a vehicle to explore the inner landscape of the human experience.”

Love’s work was shown alongside pieces by Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe and Basquiat in the exhibition “The Black and White Show.” The exhibition's curator, Amy Rosi, praised the artist’s work stating, “Layla’s beautiful energy is transmitted into her work. As a collective, we are drawn to her international voice, which sees no color, race, gender or religious differences. Diversity is key in our company, in the artists we represent, and in our view of the world.” Her work has also been shown at the National Arts Club in New York, Art Basel, the National Black Theater and in exhibitions sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY. Love’s work is included in the permanent collection of The White House and at The Women’s Museum in Dallas, TX. In addition to her love of art and photography, she also partners with a number of non-profit and community-based organizations. Love currently lives and works in London and New York.

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  • Pickup Location: New York, USA
  • Shipping Dimensions: 50 x 70 in. (127 x 177.8 cm.)
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