INTERVIEW: Nicolas Lobo and his Tacit Portraiture
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By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez What’s more interesting: the center or in the periphery? There are definitely pros and cons to both.
By: Monica Uszerowicz If New York has been accused of consistently mourning its past, then Miami has been accused of forgetting—obliterating—its own.
By: Camila Álvarez A year after
By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez Mesmerizing its audience with both sound and visuals, the London-based creative team of Simon Hänggi and Christoph Thüer presented Luminessenz: Space is only Noise at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show during Armory Week in New York.
By: Camila Álvarez The gentrification of Wynwood already feels like an old tale.
By: Camila Álvarez Yuri Tuma is known as a photographer, but he is really a graphic designer who uses photography as both inspiration and raw material to create kaleidoscopic designs with the patterns he obtains as the result of the deconstruction of his images.