Use This Time Wisely: Emerald Rose Whipple Releases Prints to Benefit Orange Babies and UNICEF

Almost a year ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing painter Emerald Rose Whipple, who…

Using Processes of Embodiment Adebunmi Gbadebo Asserts Herself in Art and History

Marking the reopening of Claire Oliver’s Harlem gallery, amidst a moment of racial reckoning, “A…

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Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, Michael Brown, and Agatha Félix Honored in New Midtown Manhattan Mural

Afro-Brazilian artist Alexandre Keto recently completed his latest mural, Alive With Us, as part of…

As Deitch Cements Exhibition Curated by AJ Girard We Quiz Him on the Art of Self-Actualization

If you have spent any time exploring the Los Angeles art scene over the last…

Interior Isolation: How Two Photographers Captured Their Experiences of Quarantine

Isolation, anxiety, and the shared sense of our shrinking physical spaces are just a few…

Physicality: Negotiating Place/Site/Geography in Art During Lockdown

During the pandemic lockdown, I had the pleasure to chat with Alasdair Asmussen Doyle, a…

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The Immigrant Artist Biennial Offers a Lesson in Perseverance

The Immigrant Artist Biennial (TIAB) is an ambitious, multidisciplinary project that has been nearly two…

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Can Virtual Platforms Help Chip Away ‘Exclusivity’ from the Art World?

  The worldwide, months-long lockdowns imposed as a result of Covid-19 transformed the way in…

Editor’s Picks: New York, October 9-October 16, 2020

Captivating portraits, vibrant painting, and a long awaited launch. Constance Tenvik: Artichoke Hearts – Last…

Architectural Designer and Artist Paul Mok: Bringing Life to Intention

With a portfolio ranging from a school building and sustainable design projects to his own…

How Young Collectors like Richart Ruddie Keep the Artworld Going

There are no doubts that the pandemic has upended the art world. Quarantine and travel-bans…

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VOICES, an Exhibition That Contextualizes the Black Lives Matter Movement

Through protests on the streets, social media, and the news cycle most have become not…

Why the Murder Hornet is a Feminist Reckoning

Hundreds of queens were born in 2019: the strongest and most untamable hornets in the…

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Artists on Coping: “Having a Voice Means Listening Up” Reece Cox

During the Coronavirus pandemic, Art Spiel is reaching out to artists to learn how they…

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“Joie de Vivre” Instills Creativity, Joy, and Stillness Amidst Chaos

Joan Miró (1893-1983) was in Paris when the Spanish Civil War broke out in 1936…

Artists on Coping: Jane Swavely

During the Coronavirus pandemic, Art Spiel is reaching out to artists to learn how they…

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A Fresh Take on the Meaning of Space at Revolver Galería

Just traveling to Non Space, the exhibition curated by Silvana Lagos, is an experience in…

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Artists on Coping: Anki King

During the coronavirus pandemic, Art Spiel is reaching out to artists to learn how they…