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  • Of Women, By Women

    Vittoria interviews curator Wendy Horwitz to discuss her upcoming group show “Of Women, By Women,” set to open December 12th at The Storefront Project,

  • Self Reflection and Artistic Evolution: Gunnar Magnus

    Vittoria sits down with fine artist Gunnar Magnus to discuss his evolution as an artist, and the development of his style as he seeks to distance himself from commercial art.

  • Street Art Collectors: Two Perspectives on Value

    An investigation into what motivates collectors to buy street art. Comparing the perspectives of two collectors, Dan Ovadia, an Upper East Side lawyer, and Bianca ‘Bing’ Cruz, a pastry chef with a knack for treasure hunts, the article compares and contrasts the two subjects’ individual motivations and considerations when collecting art.

  • Corrupted by Bleh The Punk Buddha

    City Kurupt tracks down Chicago artist Bleh The Buddha to discuss the origin of his character.

  • Kai Aspires to Keep it Real

    Kai began his career as a kid trying to save his father from the perils of smoking. From there, it’s all been going up, from the sale of stickers and pins to a prolific career as a street artist. After studying art at prestigious institutions, he began working in the studio as well. Kai details his experiences alongside his meteoric rise to fame.

  • Jorge Gerada: Culture Jamming, Artivism, & Narrative Art

    T.K. sits down with Jorge Gerada to discuss his start in the street art world and the themes he incorporates into his work today.

  • Artbridge Constructs Beauty

    Visual artist Rodney Durso started Artbridge after struggling to have his work seen. Today, Artbridge has transformed into a booming non-profit organization, perpetually growing, while remaining committed to it’s revolutionary ethos — that exposure must supplement, not replace compensation for work.

  • What is Good Art?

    After taking a contemporary art class at a private university in New York City, Lonnie was left with two pressing questions. What is art? How do we determine its value? Dissatisfied with the answers he was given in class, Lonnie came up with a three part rubric that aims to give an objective classification of good art.