American African


Paix Robinson, 26, professional artist, writer and model raised in Oakland, CA, currently residing in Harlem, NY. After high school, Paix (pronounced Packs) attended the Ailey School for professional training in modern, jazz and ballet. His studies also include a major in Theatre Arts & Dance with a minor in French at CSULA along with studies in literature and politics at the Université Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseille. Paix is signed with MMG Model Management and has modeled for Marc by Marc Jacobs, and has been featured in Vogue Paris & Great Britain, GQ Japan, Huffington Post and Style.com. Paix‘s blog “WeerdVomit” has a readership in over 20 countries and features poems in both English and French. His first book of poems entitled “DON’T WAKE ME UP: A Collection Of Sparks” was self published through McNally Jackson Bookstore in Soho, NY in the summer of 2014. His follow up, “DREAMS MISPLACED: A Continuation Of Sparks” is slated for a Spring 2016 release. Paix is also the creator and editor-in-chief of artVOMIT The Magazine, and dreams of one day owning his own production studio entitled Paix Productions. Paix can be found at @artvomit on Instagram and @weerdvomit via Twitter.

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Author: Michael

is a recent graduate of Boston University, where he received the Gregory Hudson Award for Writing Excellence in the Humanities. He studied English Literature, History and Philosophy. To Michael, In Parentheses functions as an established, intellectual environment where art and current events share equal relevance.

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