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October, 2017

  • 14 October

    Street Art and L’Havana

    Article written by Esther Wambui The art covering walls from Habana Vieja to Vedado reflects the concerns of a younger generation of Cubans ever more connected to the world outside, even while they struggle to see a future in their own country.   Any serious political threat is still handled quickly and …

August, 2017

  • 10 August

    Neon Nights in 3D

    Article written by Esther Wambui Portraits of Hope, the nonprofit behind the art installation, has a new public art exhibit in Beverly Hills. “Neon Nights in 3D” will have more than 1,000 art discs painted in fluorescent colors floating on the Lily Pond on Santa Monica Boulevard. As part of the interactive exhibit, visitors …

September, 2014

  • 16 September

    Artiholics Tourist Guide: New York City’s Top 40 Art Museums

    New York – Tuesday, September 16, 2014 New York City is the capital of the art world, but if you aren’t an artist or an art collector, the idea of leaving your comfort zone and going out to see some art might seem a bit overwhelming. If you are a …

  • 15 September

    The “Scope Widening” Effect of the Summer Art Festival

    New York – Monday, September 15th, 2014 The Summer Art Festival at the Waterfall Mansion has been attracting a plethora of personalities since its inception. Artiholics covered the opening back in June when SAF14 opened its doors, and from then onwards the mansion has been exerting a gravitational influx over …

  • 4 September

    Vanessa Albury’s Journey through the Arctic Circle Residency – Part II

    San Francisco, CA – Thursday, September 4, 2014 In June, New York-based artist Vanessa Albury gave an exclusive interview to Artiholics on the eve before her journey through the Arctic Circle.  Along with 26 other residents, Albury took part of the Summer 2014 Arctic Circle Residency.  Aaron O’Connor, who leads this …