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September, 2014

  • 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 …

July, 2014

  • 18 July

    Context is Everything: Summer Art Festival at Waterfall Mansion

    New York – Thursday, June 12, 2014 When Kate Shin invited me to the opening of the Summer Art Festival at the Waterfall Mansion I had to come back to the city. Not that Manhattan was in absolute need of another gallery, but this was different. This is an absolutely …

  • 10 July

    ‘Independent Thought’ by Tatiana Tret Opens at Castle Fitzjohns

    New York – Thursday, July 10, 2014 Famous Russian artist Tatiana Tret’s new work is on show, opening tonight 7pm, 10 July at Castle Fitzjohns gallery on the Lower East Side. “Independent Thought” questions the originality of ideas, and if any creation can be completely new and separate from contemporaries …

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 …