Despite China’s Attempts to Silence, Ai Weiwei through Jail and Revoking his Passport, the Revolutionary Artist Outsmarts His Native Land in Berlin with “Evidence” By Steve V. Rodriguez

This week marked the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre that occurred in 1989 when students stood in the square to peacefully protest for democracy. It is unknown to this day just how many people were killed in the square by gargantuan military machinery, but estimates range from hundreds to 2600. It’s no secret that […] Click to read more »

Art Week infiltrates the city led by the 14th edition of The Armory Show

  The 14th edition of the The Armory Show was held once again at Pier 92 (Modern) and Pier 94 (Contemporary). The international art fair featured 228 exhibitors including 19 invited exhibitors in Armory Focus: The Nordic Countries, 11 exhibitors in the inaugural edition of Solo Projects and 7 organizations participating in the Not-for-Profit Section. […] Click to read more »

Black and White by Photographer Brian Leighton

Photographer, Brian Leighton’s new show at the New York Design Center’s, Atelier is entitled Black and White which features nudes, nature and objects. Leighton said he was aware that the Design Center features artist’s work and it was the design furniture in Atelier that really resonated with him and his photography. Atelier was already aware […] Click to read more »