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October, 2019

  • 15 October

    Clio Art Fair: The Interesting Highlighted Ninth Edition

    Clio Art Fair, the Manhattan Anti-fair for independent artists just ended last week and, as usual, we were there. For the ninth edition, Asya Rotella (the daughter of the unforgettable master Mimmo Rotella) has been the chief of the curatorial team, and we must tell, she made a great job! …

  • 1 October

    Garry Winogrand: Color

    Garry Winogrand: Color Photography captures moments in real-time and preserve them through it. A form of art that acts as a window to the past and a way to look back to periods of times and events that created history. A photograph allows the viewer to travel to that specific …

September, 2019

  • 23 September

    The Museum of the Dog

    The Museum of the Dog New York City is a cosmopolitan city, where art museums are one of its biggest attractions for visitors who want to learn about art. The variety of options New York has to offer for those seeking to get in touch with the artistic world is …

  • 10 September

    Ella Dobson: Understanding More With Less / When Words Are Not Enough

    Technology has opened the doors of communication not only wider, but frequently to the point of over-exposure. We can phone, email, text, tweet, and FaceTime. We have applications that can translate on-the-fly. We can still interact face-to-face (shudder) and snail mail (what)? However, in a world where communication should be so …

July, 2019

  • 30 July

    The Tilted Head at Central Park

    The Tilted Head at Central Park The human body has always been a fascination for many artists. It has been a source of inspiration, study, and analysis. If we could understand the body, we could probably comprehend the mystery that it embodies and develops the creativity that comes from that …