A Spirits Rebellious

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yagazieemezi:

azemezi:

Apotheosis | Teaser

New work shot in Lagos over the summer. 

My sister’s new work promises to be all sorts of good. Can’t wait!
imanismith:

DARE to keep it real. Keep your eye open, stay alert. #RESISTthehype

imanismith:

DARE to keep it real. Keep your eye open, stay alert. #RESISTthehype

papermountainwoman:

The Kim Sisters [1] was a South Korean female trio who made their career in U.S. during 1950s and 60s. They were Sue (Sook-ja), Aija (Ai-ja) and their cousin Mia Kim.[2]. Sue and Aija were two of seven children of Kim Hae-song, a classical music conductor, and Lee Nan-young, one of Korea’s most famous singers before the Korean War, perhaps best known for “the Tears of Mokpo.” Mia’s father was Lee Bong-ryong, a musician as well.

The sisters arrived in Las VegasNevada in 1959 and first performed at the Thunderbird Hotel, where producer Tom Ball did a show with Asian artists. Their successful performances at the Thunderbird led them to the Stardust where Ed Sullivan saw the trio and invited the sisters to perform on his show. The sisters performed on the Ed Sullivan show more than 22 times.

SEOUL SISTERS

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