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Brooklyn’s Black History Artstory

  I was out enjoying New York's long-anticipated Spring-like weather when I stumbled upon a few Black History Month installments on Myrtle, right next t...
Saira Hunjan '…Female artists are definately more sought-after.'

Don’t Date A Girl Who’s An Artist

She's the one with paint from the night before still on her hands. And her shirt. She's the one who never leaves the house without a notebook. But not just any notebook- The notebook.

FRESH Feature: Chrystal Seawood

Chrystal Seawood is a colorful, young artist hailing from The South - the rural town of Forrest City, Arkansas to be exact. Seawood studied digital art and desi...
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Basquiat Reclining Nude Review

Last night was the opening of Paige Powell's "Jean-Michel Basquiat Reclining Nude" exhibition at The Suzanne Geiss Company in SoHo. If you're a frequent reader...
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Favorite Artists of 2013

  2013 experienced an art explosion across all platforms and forums from new and old creatives. Brands tapped into the secret worlds of artists and exploi...

Artist Wangechi Mutu at the Brooklyn Museum

For the past decade and a half, the artist Wangechi Mutu has been combining both elements—unpopular content and desirable form—in a series of magnetic, salon-size figurative collages that are as politically nuanced as they are visually ravishing.