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July 10, 2020

Speaking to Yesora Song, I discovered an accomplished artist who translates in her paintings feelings such solitude, hope, danger, fear, introspection, love, giving them added depth with her mastery of light.

Some of them, especially Hunting (which is dealt with further...

July 3, 2020

Indian born and New York based actress Swarnima Singh defies the commonly held perceptions of the young, female actor: talented, eloquent and passionate she shares her thoughts about starting out as an actress, racial stereotyping and acting in the time of the Coronavi...

June 25, 2020

It is at times difficult to separate the artist from his creations; they are often, one hopes, reflections of his experience and his spirit. Atom Hovhanesyan’s work, obsessively personal, is an honest expression of his complex personal story, concluded abruptly in 2018...

June 25, 2020

Native New York cutting edge, style inventing artist Michael Alan “Alien” has been steadily uplifting his community with his deep dive into abstract figurative paintings that hit home and then morph into a human living art project, the Living Installation. Michael’s em...

June 5, 2020

Doug Argue (born January 21st 1962) is an American painter currently based in New York City. Argue’s first encounter with the fine arts dates back to his childhood. His father used to read excerpts to him from the Time-Life Library of art and show him pictures of works...

May 8, 2020

We are all searching in these crazy times for something or someone to raise our spirits, a source of positivity and encouragement to see us through our dark moments. I have been following the work of prolific and dedicated Native New York artist Michael Alan, and find...

May 8, 2020

 Hospital employees posing with a thank you card, courtesy of Indiewalls

I may perhaps be an incurable romantic and an unpunished optimistic, (this must be part of my Italian blood and culture), but I’m always very happy to share good news, especially during this s...

March 13, 2020

Despite the fear of the contagion from the new COVID19, many of the fairs scheduled for Armory Week in March have opened and been presented to the public. Presenting this many artworks and artists during this difficult time makes each fair a historical moment....

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