Reiterating the self-generated sentiment of our post-ironic age, she belted out “I choose to be happy” while several thousand gaping mouths merrily concurred.
By:George Wayne Art world gorgons are increasingly agog over the Arizona based figurative artist Michael Carson. Critics have dubbed him‘’the post-millennial Toulouse-Lautrec’’, who of course was the famous French Impressionist painter known for his classic canvases documenting the French bourgeois of his day. If all this ‘artsy-fartsy’ hyperbole is all a bit too much to digest…
By:Frederic Colier Set in the New Mexico, “The Land of Enchantment,” is a riveting coming-of-age memoir about young love and its impact. The story opens with the author receiving a phone call from her brother to tell that her ex-boyfriend, Jason, has been killed in road accident. Jason’s death causes our protagonist to recall the…
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Hip hop had over time fostered an artistic revolution that altered the zeitgeist world-over.
By Wendy Rosler While the government of Hungary may have taken some justified flak for closing its borders to refugees, when it comes to art, the country maintains an open door policy. As a prominent gateway for international musicians and a regular destination for film productions, Budapest is a hub for both incoming and outgoing…
Here are 5 books that Frederic Colier recommends diving into this August.
Textile maven Michelle Zahabian Baradarian, grew up in New York and has been around fabrics since birth.
The Festival International de Jazz de Montreal is the largest jazz festival in the world.
“Your hair looks sexy pushed back.”