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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…

Quilted Portraits that Evoke the Racialized and Gendered History of Craft

During slavery in America, it was common that African and African-American slave women worked with…

Artists on Coping: “We Are Here to Help Each Other,” Liz Jaff

This interview is part of an Art Spiel xCultbytes content collaboration to learn how artists…

Interventions in Public Space: A Conversation with Allard van Hoorn

In the wake of the exhibition of his decade long project, “Urban Songlines” on view…

Méïr Srebriansky Tests Boundaries in His Solo Show “Age of Resin”

People are such creatures of habit. We relish our routines, what feels familiar often is…

A Photographer’s Obsession with Trains and their Hidden Potential

Stephen Mallon is well known for his series “Next Stop Atlantic” that captures the intersection…

A Self-Taught Artist Explores Chaos and Control in New Exhibition

Born in Tunisia and now based in Berlin,  Taher Jaoui has lived many lives as an…

Who’s Afraid of Affordable Art? The Founder of Andy Blank Most Certainly is Not

The first article I ever wrote for Cultbytes was a compilation of tips for millennial…

Desirables, Young Collector’s Night at The Winter Show

On Thursday, January 30, East Side House Settlement hosted the annual Young Collectors Night at…

Israeli-born Sculptor Sheds Light on Mexican-American Border Crisis in New Exhibit

Politics have always been the great divider, and the past four years have shown us…

This Eco-Friendly Innovator Is Never Done Learning

New York City is arguably the fashion capital of the world, and although it seems…

Who Are Your Filth Elders? A Discussion with Emily Colucci and Alexandria Deters

Do you remember the first person that you really looked up to? Having a role…