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Could This Be the New Post-Brexit Passport?

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Whether you were for it or against it, the June 2016 Brexit referendum vote that sent the United Kingdom out of the European Union was a monumental decision that rocked the entire world. Regardless of how you felt about Brexit, the lives of the citizens of the UK were boundContinue Reading

April 19, 2017
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Peak of Eternal Light: Jorge Mañes Rubio’s 3D Printed Moon Temple

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Scientists have long been projecting ideas about space colonization on nearby planets and other cosmic bodies. An abundance of research and space explorations have been done in an effort to seek other life as well as a possible new home for future humans. With the knowledge and technology that weContinue Reading

April 4, 2017
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“No Borders” Is Your Chance to Help Artists Help Refugees

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Now more than ever, we need to support those in need that are experiencing injustices, especially refugees. On Sunday, April 2, we have an opportunity. “No Borders: A Benefit Exhibition to Support the ACLU & International Refugee Assistance Project” features over 100 prints, drawings, paintings, and sculptures donated by artistsContinue Reading

March 31, 2017
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This Little Girl is Taking Over Wall Street for International Women’s Day

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There are many things to celebrate during the month of March. One of the biggest things that we sure haven’t been quiet about is Women’s History Month. For those of you who can walk around Wall Street in NYC, you may have noticed something new – another statue in additionContinue Reading

March 16, 2017
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A Year of Yes: When an O’Keefe Grabs Back

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A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum began last year, October at the Brooklyn Museum and continues until early 2018. This is a perfect show for Women’s History Month. In this show, the history of feminism and feminist art are celebrated. The works of groundbreaking female artistsContinue Reading

March 10, 2017
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State of Exception: A Reminder About Immigrants and Refugees

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In light of the recent immigration and refugee issues in the US and around the world, it’s imperative now more than ever that we do everything we can to protect our friends and neighbors regardless of their ethnicities, background, and citizenship status, from hate and bigotry. I recently came acrossContinue Reading

March 8, 2017
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Alice Neel’s Love For Harlem

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The noise of birds singing, the jazz and oldies playing down the block, the noise of old folks slamming the dominos in the table, the kids chanting, the neighbors gossiping…Harlem. Talking about Harlem is talking about music, literature, and cultural exchange. In other words, it’s a dialogue that paints aContinue Reading

February 28, 2017
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Thursday, March 2: A Conversation with Edel Rodriguez

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President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order to temporarily ban entry into the United States outraged individuals worldwide, including Edel Rodriguez, a Cuban American artist and illustrator. “I was 9 years old when I came here, so I remember it well, and I remember the feelings and how little kids feelContinue Reading

‘The Emperor Has No Balls’ by INDECLINE

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Suddenly, one day in the late summer of 2016, they popped-up in five cities throughout the United States — New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cleveland, and Seattle. Parks, street corners, and sidewalks were uglified with an unpleasant apparition: A grotesque sculpture of a presidential candidate. Naked, fat, monster-like, andContinue Reading

February 20, 2017
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I Am More Than _____ by Pamela Hovland

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If you’re on Facebook, Twitter, read the news or own a TV, you’re probably overwhelmed with the lack of compassion found in the media today. I certainly am. It feels like people have stopped treating people, well, like people. Has the world collectively forgotten how to be empathetic? When IContinue Reading

February 13, 2017
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Where Are We Going? by Artist Chiharu Shiota

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“Life is a journey without a destination.” –Chiharu Shiota Have you ever imagined what it would feel like to walk through a maze of white yarn weaved together? Sounds almost like a dream, right? Not for Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota because most of her work consists of awe-inspiring, large-scale installationsContinue Reading

February 11, 2017
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Underwater Art That Helps Marine Life

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We typically think of art museums to be located on land, with all of its paintings and sculptures and pieces protected and kept away from a variety of elements from the sometimes harmful wrath of nature. But what if I told you there’s a museum that does the opposite: aContinue Reading

January 25, 2017
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No, Trump Won’t Be Getting an Inauguration Poster

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It feels as though centuries have passed since President Barack Obama was inaugurated back in 2008. Many will recall the famous “Hope” poster by Shepard Fairey that, to this day, is perhaps the most iconic visual symbol of Obama and his tumultuous presidency. Today, January 20th, marks the day our President-electContinue Reading

The Art of The March

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As most of you are probably aware, Donald Trump will become our 45th president of the United States this Friday, January 20th, 2017. That’s not sitting well with some people. Well, actually, a lot of people. The following day the “Woman’s March on Washington” is happening in protest of theContinue Reading

January 19, 2017
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Three Martin Luther King Jr Iconic Portraits

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As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day today, we are reminded of the courage of one of the most influential leaders in US history. A courage that is much needed today. It’s no secret that most Americans feel demoralized and foresee a gloomy future for this country—due to theContinue Reading

January 16, 2017
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Two Sides of Muhammad Ali at New York Historical Society

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Mohammed Ali is one of the most iconic figures of modern history. His inspiring, controversial, and polarizing figure touched many worlds including sports, pop culture, and civil rights among others. The New York Historical Society presents a double exhibition which attempts to capture more than one side of Ali. “MuhammadContinue Reading

January 15, 2017
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