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 »

The New “David Bowie Is” Exhibit at the MCA in Chicago, is a Kaleidoscopic Multi-Media Retrospective of the Living Legend’s Career that has Spanned Five Decades By Steve V. Rodriguez

As a child of the 70’s and a teenager in the 80’s, my earliest memories of David Bowie were of his 80’s hit, “Let’s Dance”, which although a classic, followed an enormously eclectic and influential body of work of the previous decades. Sure I new the infamous, “Changes” and had seen a few images of the […] Click to read more »