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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 …

  • 22 September

    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 …

  • 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

  • 28 July

    The Three Sculptures of LOVE

    The Three Sculptures of LOVE New York City is known for its impressive skylines, rich culture and vibrant communities. Considered a melting pot of different cultures and traditions. A diversity represented in its population and also in its art. Many artistic expressions are constantly created to showcase those unique backgrounds and languages that make it a city like no other. This multiculturalism feeds artist with inspiration, opportunities, and a platform to amplify their message through their work. If you make it here, you can make it anywhere says the famous Frank Sinatra lyric …

  • 23 July

    Fantasy Drawing Inspired by The Subconscious

    A selection of 7 artists from Yesterday and Today that are continuing to inspire the charm of the surreal. 1) Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Giambattista Tiepolo was recognized by contemporaries throughout Europe as the greatest painter of large-scale decorative frescoes in the 1700s. His luminous, poetic frescoes, while extending the tradition …