Peregrine Honig

Arts & Culture
8:24 pm
Fri December 5, 2014

Intimates Store For Transgender People To Open In Kansas City's Crossroads District

Danielle Meister and Peregrine Honig announce their next business venture.
Credit Paul Andrews

Peregrine Honig and Danielle Meister, the co-owners of Birdie's Panties in Kansas City, Mo., plan to open a second store catering specifically to transgender shoppers in 2015.

The store, to be called All Is Fair, will open in the Bauer Building on West 18th Street in the Crossroads Arts District.

Honig announced the plans on KCUR's Central Standard during a conversation about her work and her art.

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Central Standard
12:33 pm
Fri December 5, 2014

The Self And The Selfie: Artist Peregrine Honig

Artist Peregrine Honig with a taxidermied lamb in front of one of her recent paintings in the Unicorn exhibit.
Credit Paul Andrews

"A hundred years ago, if you told people that they would have something in their pocket that would make an image that would go all over the world immediately, they would think it was witchcraft."

So says internationally recognized Kansas City artist and provocateur Peregrine Honig. 

If that's the case, then Honig's been up to a whole lot of witchcraft in her artwork lately.

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Arts & Culture
9:49 am
Thu October 30, 2014

PHOTOS: Peregrine Honig's New Paintings Encourage Selfie-Indulgence

Ryan Brown was riding around the West Bottoms on his bicycle when he heard about the show. He decided to stop by and take a selfie.
Julie Denesha KCUR

Camera phones were snapping Friday night with the opening of Peregrine Honig's latest exhibition at Haw Contemporary, a gallery in the West Bottoms of Kansas City, Mo. While many artists discourage photographs of their work, Honig openly invited viewers to use her large-scale oil paintings as backdrops for selfies, or self-portraits. 

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KC Currents
10:51 am
Mon July 22, 2013

Kansas City Creative Couples: Honig & Southerland

Artist Peregrine Honig and musician Mark Southerland in the creative space they share.
Julie Denesha KCUR

The work of iconic Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera is on display this summer at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. They’re part of an exhibit called Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Masterpieces of Modern Mexico.

Kahlo and Rivera are known not only for their paintings, but for their tempestuous marriage, which sometimes influenced their art.

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Fashion
12:50 pm
Sun June 9, 2013

'Gilded Summer' Hits The Runway

A white scarf shimmers beneath the spotlights as a model wearing Paige Beltowski walks the runway.
Julie Denesha KCUR

The 13th Annual West 18th Street Fashion Show started at dusk on June 8, and drew a crowd of onlookers both on the street and from the windows above.

Camera phones flashed as models, wearing the creations of eighteen designers, pranced on a lighted runway in the canyon between buildings lining 18th Street. Behind-the-scenes, designers made last-minute adjustments and models primped as they prepared to mount the runway. 

Performance
5:00 am
Thu April 11, 2013

The Fishtank Stages Arthur Miller Play In Birdies

Birdies, a lingerie and bridal shop, is located on W. 18th Street in the Crossroads.
Studio 8183

On some occasions, a play calls out to be staged somewhere other than a theater. For example, last year, a production of William Inge's "Bus Stop,"  which is set in a diner, was performed in one in Lee's Summit.  This weekend, an Arthur Miller one-act about a man shopping for intimate apparel for his mistress will be mounted in a Crossroads boutique that specializes in that kind of women's wear.

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Visual Arts
1:35 pm
Thu September 8, 2011

CNN's "9/11 Ripple" Project: Peregrine Honig

Peregrine Honig's "Twins"

CNN.com commissioned artists from around the world "to create or choose work to illustrate the ripple effect of 9/11." Here, Kansas City's Peregrine Honig describes her work called "Twins," and recalls where she was on September 11, 2001.

Kansas City, Mo. –

Peregrine Honig's artist statement for CNN.com's 9/11 Ripple project:

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