Born and raised, Chicago has been home for Hebru Brantley and now he is recreating Nevermore Park in the Pilsen neighborhood for the “creator in all of us.”
For Angel, co-owner of Trap Artist, he is proving through his art brand that no matter how gangster you are, you can still show your emotions.
Maria Qamar, better known by her Instagram handle @hatecopy, is a Desi-Pop artist whose art refuses translation and she turns to art as a form of therapy.
The ‘Teeter Totter Wall’ connects both sides of the border and will hopefully become more than just a physical space but a symbol of unity.
Ontario-based artist Julian Miholics uses a sense of vulnerability, rawness, hope, and love in all of his works to express his personal catharsis.
If blatant exploitation of other people’s trauma is considered “radical,” then I am glad that this year’s Whitney Biennial wasn’t.
The NYC SALT photography program does what grassroots organizations do best and supports the youngins who need it the most.
Meet badass artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. Based out of Brooklyn, she is the real-life Nola Darling from Spike Lee’s ‘She’s Gotta Have It.’
The most difficult problem gallerists themselves face is the fact that the value of art is almost entirely subjective.
In this controversial era it’s important that we are tapped into the culture.