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Emerging mixed-media artist Jeremiah Johnson (not this one) will present his solo exhibit Never Enough in Chelsea this month, making his NYC debut. He was raised on a fruit and flower farm (awwww) in a region of Pennsylvania that has recently fallen victim to the Fracking Industry, something that has deeply influenced his art. Johnson […]

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Last night, the Brooklyn Museum’s special list was dining on “artistically” carved little pigs and other ostentatious gastronomical displays of wealth and cruelty. Then the gorgefest moved on to revealing a great mystery: what was inside the giant Warhol-headed piñata? “Twinkies, snow balls, hohos, ding dongs.” […]

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There’s an interesting exhibit at the MoMA examining the shift in the art paradigm when ready made and mass produced colors became normative for artists from the Mid-20th Century till today. It marked a time where artists “forfeited their personal take on color and gave themselves over to the dictates of the mass market.” Sponsored […]

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