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February, 2019

  • 7 February

    BANSKY’S PAINTING DEDICATED TO PARIS ATTACK VICTIMS STOLEN FROM BATACLAN

    Noam Chomsky once said that “Everyone’s worried about stopping terrorism; well there’s really an easy way, stop participating in it.” This statement actually makes so much sense, if we’d stop participating in it, then we wouldn’t have to worry about it, would we?  Terrorism is not a new word in …

  • 4 February

    BURGER KING FEATURES ANDY WARHOL FOR ITS SUPER BOWL LIII COMMERCIAL

    Which is that one advert on your screen that gets you hooked always? Adverts appeal to viewers in different ways for instance an advert could be appealing because it is hilarious or the person advertising the product is your favorite celebrity among many other reasons. Adverts influence our selection of …

October, 2018

  • 29 October

    Highlights from TEFAF New York

    The 67th Regiment Armory on the Upper East Side was buzzing on Friday afternoon.  The works range widely—from antiquities, rare books, and maps to vintage jewels, Asian ceramics, and scrolls, and even modern American paintings. The fair, which originated in the Netherlands in Maastricht, now takes place twice a year in …

  • 25 October

    Making The Independent Artists Voices Heard

    Clio Art Fair has been and still is the main art fair for independent artists in New York and was born from the idea of Founder and Director Alessandro Berni in 2014, of celebrating and promoting emerging artists. It has now fully established itself attracting artists from all walks of …

  • 1 October

    The Bronx Museum adds a branch in Manhattan

    The Bronx Museum of the Arts is expanding into Manhattan.   The Bronx Museum of the Arts will open an auxiliary space this year in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, hopping boroughs to operate an additional 4,500 square foot location for exhibitions, performances, artist talks, and workshops. The initial plan calls for the …