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MEG LIONEL MURPHY’S “THE KEEP” AT SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW PRESENTED BY THE UNTITLED SPACE SEPTEMBER 8-13

Meg Lionel Murphy "The Keep" A Special Project Presented by The Untitled Space SPRING/BREAK Art Show 625 Madison Avenue between 58th and 59th Street Room 1058 EXHIBITION ON VIEW September 8th-13th, 2021 Tickets via EVENTBRITE The Untitled Space is presenting  “The Keep” a Solo Special Project at SPRING/BREAK Art Show of works by artist Meg…

THE HEALING POWER OF THE GIANTESS: AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST MEG LIONEL MURPHY

Artist Meg Lionel Murphy is constantly thinking about bodies: how they heal, how they’re affected by their environment, how they present themselves, how they become sites for violence and pain, how they assert power. Her paintings, which often revolve around giant female-presenting bodies, stand as colorful, maximalist tributes to embodiment and empowerment. Surrounded by flowers…

AN INCREASE OF HATE IN AMERICA: CHARLOTTESVILLE + BEYOND

This past weekend erupted into ciaos in Charlottesville, Virginia when counter-protesting created conflict that has left one protester dead, two state troopers dead due to a helicopter crash, and more than 30 people injured. This weekend has started a conflict not only in Charlottesville, but nationwide with those questioning the President and his connection to…

TWENTY SEVEN YEARS LATER: THE FIGHT AGAINST VIOLENCE CONTINUES

#NeverBlameTheVictim is the campaign targeted towards ending violence against women, and reflecting upon it's lasting impacts. This campaign was run by YWCA Canada, recently concluding on December 6th, the 27 year anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. This day claimed the lives of 14 women in a college shooting by Marc Lépine, who went on his rampage…

TO MOSH OR NOT: THE SAFETY OF STAGEDIVING, SLAM DANCING AND LIVE SHOWS

Moshing is an integral part of the live music scene. Formed in clubs and concert halls in the early 1980s, whether it began on the west coast or the east coat is something of a matter of contention. Slam dancing, as it was called in its earlier stages, quickly became a popular response to several…

SO WHAT’S THIS “FREE THE NIPPLE” REALLY ALL ABOUT?

After weeding out trends for the Spring/Summer 2015 collections from New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week, there was a trend that got a lot of people talking about the London collections, but was only whispered about in New York. What I'm talking about here is nipples. While sheer to completely transparent fabrics often grace runways, (remember when Charlie Le Mindu opened his Paris…

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