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Winter Mendelson, Posture Magazine



Arno Mokros hosts Winter Mendelson, editor of Posture magazine, an online and print arts publication that explores identity, sexuality, and gender through artistic practice. The publication features extraordinary LGBTQI and allied individuals who seek to simultaneously address and overcome oppression. They believe that visual activism, fashion, and artistic practice are powerful forces that can further cultural progress and build community. Posture’s audience is unified by the shared interpretation of queerness as a lifestyle that is defined by an openness to possibility rather than exclusions or boundaries.

With the mission to bring like-minded creatives together, Posture curates exhibitions and produces events that cultivate outside collaboration.

Winter Mendelson is the Founding Editor & Publisher of Posture Magazine. After graduating with a B.A. in Art History in 2012 she moved to NYC to immerse herself in dialogue surrounding queer and trans identity as explored through the arts, fashion, and visual activism. Feel free to reach out at winter@posturemag.com.

Arno Mokros is an aspiring art historian invested in the personal as well as the political. He creates zines exploring queerness, art, and how histories are written. He graduated from Smith College in 2013, and currently lives in Brooklyn.
 

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