NYC’s International Human Rights Art Festival Makes a Timely Appearance

With tensions in politics and in the streets high in a way they haven’t been since the Civil Rights era, New York City’s first International Human Rights Art Festival is coming exactly when it’s needed. Curated by producer Tom Block, the event will take place over three days and showcase more than 150 artists at […]

George Orwell’s “1984” Back In High Demand

Some say truth is stranger than fiction, and some get worried when they think the truth is starting to look like fiction. Since President Donald Trump’s inauguration last week, George Orwell’s 1984, a classic story about a dystopian future in what is no longer the United States of America, has become a much talked about […]

De Young Museum Holds Oscar de la Renta Retrospective

San Francisco’s de Young Museum will hold a retrospective featuring the works of fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, whose iconic looks dominated the industry for so many decades. The exhibit will provide insights into de la Renta’s beginning in the fashion industry and his lasting influence on it. The tribute will include an exhibit […]

Athleisurewear Goes Everywhere: Gym, Lunch, the Bank

It’s no surprise the Athleisure fashion trend was born in Los Angeles. Known for its relaxed attitude, LA is a center for all things creative. But don’t be fooled by its relaxed edge. The woman standing in front of you of wearing yoga pants, the one who just ordered a kale smoothie, spent $600 on those […]

Maria Abramovic, The Artist is Present, a live performance at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

It Gets Meta: Performance Artist Slams Performance Artist With A Performance

Most people who decide the art world is too pretentious and ego-ridden make a blog post about it and go on with their day. A writer might scrawl an angry poem or post a cutting illustration as commentary. Or you could do as Lisa Levy, artist, comedian, and psychotherapist, is doing and go all the […]