Reinterpreting the Past: with Aaron Cristofaro

August 7, 2020

What You Should Demand of Your Art Museum: Decolonizing the Arts

July 31, 2020

The Energy of Love and Nature; Jacob Noteboom’s intuitive approach towards the planet and humans

July 31, 2020

An Influencer at the Service of Culture: The Italians’ Scandal!

July 31, 2020

INDECLINE: Hard-Hitting Protest Art for Racial Justice

July 31, 2020

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July 31, 2020

On the tails of the most powerful civil rights uprising in decades, we are steadily moving towards a politics of accountability in all workforces and on all fronts. Those in the arts are recognizing that art spaces are not neutral grounds: we are acknowledging the work...

July 31, 2020

The beauty of nature and emotions is something one cannot resist. Jacob likes the idea that his paintings deliver a message of peace, when he says “I believe my voice needs to be heard. Too long I have been silent. My message is about how beautiful this planet is and a...

July 31, 2020

In 2017, a tree in Richmond Virginia’s historic Joseph Bryan Park bore especially strange fruit: a street art resistance installation that stunned locals and sent a powerful message. INDECLINE, an anonymous activist art collective, hung eight clown dummies dressed in K...

July 17, 2020

Tejaswini is an Indian artist who practices the revitalization of traditional Indian art through the application of modern techniques and mediums. The fusion of western elements with her cultural roots, questions one’s view towards the conventional boundaries of epheme...

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 29, 2020

Master of colour and form, Ping He ( 和平 ) combines his personal passions for science and art, transforming ideograms into contemporary graffiti imbued with energy and colour. Michele Tufigno delves deeper into the Shanghai native’s work and inspiration for The NY-ArtNe...

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