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November, 2016

  • 30 November

    Art and Performance Benefit Festival Returns to Los Angeles

    Almost a year ago, Artiholics covered the debut of Prayers from Los Angeles (“Prayers“) by interviewing one of the key artists who inspired this multi-disciplinary collaboration—Margaret Garcia. See this clip of last year’s documentation of Prayers. On December 17, 2016, artists and musicians are bringing Prayers back to Casa 0101 Theater. The venue itself …

October, 2016

  • 5 October

    The 8 Top Shocking Art Performances

    Selected by Mike Tree Performance is a genre in which art is presented “live,” usually by the artist but sometimes with collaborators or performers. It has had a role in avant-garde art throughout the 20th century. Performance may be either scripted or unscripted, random or carefully orchestrated; spontaneous or otherwise …

June, 2014

  • 26 June

    The Harlem Renaissance is back in the 2014 Harlem Arts Festival

    Harlem, New York City – Thursday, June 26, 2014 Harlem has had its ups and downs throughout its history, to say the least. One of its shining times was the Harlem Renaissance in the 1930s, in which African American culture was booming with Southern cuisine, music, art, excitement, and creativity. …

  • 12 June

    Is This Bushwick’s First Hipster? Meryl Meisler Photographed The Neighborhood Before It Was Cool

    New York City – Thursday, June 12, 2014 Meryl Meisler is a Brooklyn based photographer who captured a very tumultuous, dangerous, and simultaneously glamorous era in NYC history – the 1970s and 80s. During that time, Manhattan was erupting with surreal characters and scenesters, gallivanting in iconic night clubs, while across …

May, 2014

  • 19 May

    Carrier Pigeon Takes the Definition of an Art Magazine to the Next Level

    Boise, Idaho – Monday, May 19, 2014 Carrier Pigeon is not an art magazine. Such a description is a gross understatement for this quarterly publication. Instead it is a statement that gives the finger to the traditional concept of fine art which is more about commodity than artistic innovation. The editors’ guiding …