Artist Savannah Spirit's current body of work, My Body, My Choice is a call to women's rights as America faces the complete dismantling of Roe vs Wade. Joining the 4th wave feminists of her generation, Savannah's work addresses body politics, censorship, the male/female gaze and women's rights. She has began drawing the portraits helping to expose the hypocrisy on social media that renderings of the body are ok but a fine art photograph is not. As an activist, Savannah has dedicated her time to photographing important civil rights issues starting with Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, People's Climate March, March Against Monsanto, Anti-Trump protests and the Women's March. Her image, "Claim Power" was recently published in The Abolitionist, a free paper by activist group, Critical Resistance distributed to incarcerated inmates throughout state prisons. She is currently working with Andre Jacobs, incarcerated inmate (Dallas 6) to help him and fellow inmates get their voices heard to a broader audience.
As a curator Savannah produced and mounted NYC's infamous erotic art show, Hotter Than July and has lectured at various Apple locations around NYC.
Her work has appeared in W Magazine, Forbes, Dazed, The Creators Project, Huffington Post, Monopol and The Nation. Savannah's photographs are in private collections in London, New York and Miami with a permanent piece in Tom Ford's Houston, TX flagship store. Her last show Hands Off My Cuntry was featured on german tv. Click for the clip.
Quantum Overdrive, curated by Fred Fleisher, HCCC, Jersey City, NJ
American/Woman, Spring Break Art Show curated by Mulherin New York, NYC
Old Glory, Mulherin New York, NYC
Hotter Than July: Hands Off My Cuntry, Undercurrent Projects, NYC
WE: Americans, Station Independent Projects, NY, NY
NARGIFSUS, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Selfie Show, The Museum of Photography and New Media, Troy, MI
Making History: Arts in Bushwick, Storefront Ten Eyck Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
All Rise, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
RESPOND, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
The Last Brucennial, Bruce High Quality Foundation, NYC
(solo show) Une Lumiere Obscure, Edition Photo, Paris, FR
Masterpieces of Everyday New York, Parsons The New School for Design, NYC
Steichen to Sherman: The History of Photography, Undercurrent Projects, NYC
The Ballot Show, Front Room Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Hands Off My Cuntry, Undercurrent Projects, NY, NY
Hotter Than July: A SEXPLORATION, NY Studio Gallery, NY NY
Hotter Than July: Eat Your Art Out, NY Studio Gallery, NY NY
PHREEEK MAGNET co-curated with Joanne Leah, Undercurrent Projects, NY NY
Symbiotaxiplasm, SS Project Space, NY NY
BFA, Photography, 2007, Parsons The New School for Design, NY, NY