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I am Syria

As you can probably tell from past posts and projects I’ve worked on, the current refugee crisis breaks my heart. When I say refugee crisis, I should emphasise that refugees aren’t the problem. 126 more words

Art Abroad: The Year of the Art Drought

Okay, so my “I’m back” post was a little premature. I was in still in Korea at the time and once I returned to the US I took my sweet time adjusting. 738 more words

pencils not pistols: Iranian artists in Cincinnati

Christ Church Cathedral in Cincinnati has a modern and timely outdoor mural stressing education over violence.  Pencils where pistols might be.

“We have been so worn down by the sheer number of guns and the tidal wave of violence that we’ve begun to think that nothing can be done,” …

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Refugees Welcome. :)

Photo post by @https://strassenfotografien.wordpress.com.

Source: Refugees Welcome


South Korea Needs Political Art...and the 11th Annual Gwangju Biennale Delivers It

Nominally, South Korea is very much up to speed. Antecedent in the areas of fashion and WiFi accessibility, it’s easy to assume that everything else is just as modern. 1,774 more words


Fighting For Crumbs

As part of our recent exhibition, we made a video. It’s always unerving seeing – or more accurately hearing – yourself as others do, but nonetheless really pleased with the result, it encapsulates the underlying theme of the show very effectively. 10 more words

Stuyvesant Town residents’ gallery to show the secret art of Dr. Seuss

By Sabina Mollot

Get ready for Dr. Seuss’s dark side.

Pop International Galleries, an art gallery owned by a Stuyvesant Town couple, will be holding an exhibition featuring taxidermy-esque sculptures and prints of oil paintings that were made by the artist best known for his whimsical children’s books. 842 more words