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December 3, 2019

Karla Kantorovich, an assemblage mix media artist from Mexico, based in Miami, FL shares a little bit about her art, inspirations and process. 

NY-ARTNEWS: When talking about your art, you stated that you like to find beauty in the imperfections, and you understand the...

April 15, 2019

For everyone walking on the High Line, an elevated park made in an old New York Central Railroad, the experience is more than an appreciation to an architectural city landscape; it’s also an opportunity to walk through an outdoor museum of contemporary art. A display o...

March 29, 2019

New York City is known for its vibrant life and lights, it’s also a city full of art found in many forms. Museums and artistic shows can be accessed in any giving day. One of the main attractions the city has to offer is its architectural landmark, from skyscrapers to...

July 26, 2018

Walter Brown - Subway Series

NY-ARTNEWS: For many if not most people the subway is a mundane place, certainly not an inspiration to create art. How did you find and still find inspiration in mundane places such as the subway? Is it the place and what it represents or is...

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