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Mz. Icar

Artist, 'Together' mural in Newmarket Square

Mz. Icar is an anonymous art collective, comprised primarily of Black Women. Their name is "racIzM" backwards. They were established in 2018. Their members comprise of an Illustrator, Photographer, Designer, Prop stylist, Street Artist, and Collage Artist. They started this collective to create works that celebrate Women, Global Blackness, and Play. They create narratives in the form of mixed-media street art and fine art that explore histories and imagine the best case scenario future from the perspective of women and people of color.

Their work has been exhibited at Pyramid Hill Museum in OH, Culture House DC, Welancora Gallery, The Leroy Neiman Gallery, Westwood Gallery, i-20 Gallery, WNYC Radio’s Green Space, Rush Gallery, Andeken Gallery, SXSW and the Manifest Hope Art for Obama Democratic Convention Gallery Exhibition. They have done site-specific installation work at Etsy’s HQ, Publicis, and branded art projects for Ms. Lauryn Hill’s world tour, Essence Magazine and Nickelodeon. 

The City of Boston commissioned Mz. Icar to create an exterior mural at The Engagement Center in Newmarket Square as part of the Transformative Public Art Program.

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