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  • Artwork from artists Margaret Withers, Ula Einstein, Olga Kol, Ted Barr, Sona Mirzaei and Lance Dehne'

     
    "Now I'm Beautiful" by Cat Del Buono and "Take Me to Your Leader" by Rocco Alberico

    "Now I'm Beautiful" by Cat Del Buono and "Take Me to Your Leader" by Rocco Alberico

     
    Artwork from Rocco Alberico, Bud McNichol and Juan Pajares

    Artwork from Rocco Alberico, Bud McNichol and Juan PajaresBarry Komitor and Elio Schiavo Performance

     

    Comandante Zero Performance
    Comandante Zero Performance

    Belaxis Buil Performance 

     Much more to come…

  • For London cartoonist, JAK BURKE he believes that “art [is] a proletariat force to effect social change.” And, from this artwork bashing the fast food industry, BURKE’s message holds true to his art perspective. This artist isn’t new to the art scene, as he contributed to DNA Magazine, Anchor Books, Gotham Magazine, AOL news, The Daily News–just to name a few.  Socially powerful and blunt, JAK BURKE’s no holds barred approach is one that is few in modern artworks.

    -Heather Liggins

  • Italy in June? This sounds like an ideal vacation: amazing art and delicious food, who can say no to that? Hosting this art show is non profit organization Bisazza Foundation, which is devoted to design and architects. For the exhibits, you will find renown contemporary designers including: Tord Boontje, Aldo Cibic, Sandro Chia, Marcel Wanders, and more. Get a glimpse of what to expect here.

    -Heather Liggins

  • When I hear Brett from Boundless, images of high-tops, Adidas and rope “dookie” chains flood into my mind, especially after listening to “Hip Hop Mix 1.” This is not the only portal through time DJ Brett you take you through. Brett believes as a DJ he’s, “a conductor navigating place to place to alter one’s feelings with sound…[and] end up at a place called Boogie.” After listening to a few mixes from his podcast, I’ve been to that land called Boogie, and beyond.

    Learn more and listen to Brett from Boundless here.

    -Heather Liggins

  • Layered paintings? I don’t think I’ve ever seen this before. The complexity added to this painting among more by Denmark artist, Carmen Ghecca, is a trademark. She has the ability to magnify the subject with different tools. To view more artwork by Ghecca, click here.

    -Heather Liggins