New York City Street Art and Social Justice

September 18, 2020

Mario Merz: Between Maths, Geometry and Art

September 18, 2020

Why Do We Need Museums in America?

September 18, 2020

“When I put a Buddha with open arms, reflecting on the world will be like after the COVID-19 pandemic, when it will be possible to touch and interact...

September 18, 2020

Art Index: Keith Haring

September 18, 2020

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August 21, 2020

It is typical for an artist to become the master of an element or material in the evolution of their practice, creating master works as they harness their chosen medium. To find someone who has mastered not just one element, but many is incredibly rare and awe inspirin...

May 22, 2020

On one’s first encounter with Patricia Slosiar’s work, the depth of color and movement transports the viewer to another world – both of the artist’s creation and your own. It is through Slosiar’s purposeful design in her exploration of ideas to embrace change, bringing...

January 29, 2020

The women in Rico/Maresca Gallery’s exhibition ‘Vernacular Woman’ are not meant to be the ideal images of beauty. They are meant to be seen, sometimes as a reflection or through voyeurism. Created by those “on the margins” of the art world and unmarred by a traditional...

December 6, 2019

The power of the color pink came into full display with the pink pussy hats of the 2017 Women’s March in Washington, DC, overtaking the city just a few months before the iconic cherry blossoms flowered for the spring.

Flags, 2019 

There is a long history of the color pi...

October 30, 2019

Tibor Simon-Mazula has worked with the idea of intimacy for years, presenting his understandings across the world, including White Walls, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Next Gallery, and more. After spending over five months working to put together a book titled...

September 13, 2019

A labor of love spanning the past decade; Tibor Simon-Mazula’s new book Pure Beauty pays tribute to his dynamic career.

“I believe many people regardless [of] their education or economical situation [are] really sensitive for paintings.”

Tibor Simon-Mazula in his studio...

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