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THE ULTIMATE HEARTBREAK PLAYLIST – MUSIC FOR EVERY STAGE OF GRIEF

It’s cuffing season and the holidays are coming up, which can be especially difficult for those who find themselves nursing a broken heart. Whether you are experiencing your first heartbreak with a partner you thought you were going to take home to meet your parents, processing feelings from a situationship, or dreaming of an unrequited…

“SELENA GOMEZ: MY MIND & ME” EXPLORES THE REALITIES OF STARDOM AND MENTAL HEALTH

Apple TV’s documentary directed by Alex Keshishian, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, was released on November 2nd, pulling back the curtain of stardom to reveal the truth of Gomez’s struggles with lupus, depression, anxiety, and bipolar. The film follows Gomez from 2016 onward, presenting a raw, sometimes ugly, sometimes depressing, but always honest and…

REVIEW: MSCHF’S “NO MORE TEARS, I’M LOVIN’ IT” EXHIBIT AT PERROTIN NY ADDRESSES THE ABSURDITIES OF SOCIETY

Perrotin New York NO MORE TEARS, I’M LOVIN’ IT November 3rd - December 23rd, 2022 Brooklyn-based art collective MSCHF, whose aim is to expose the absurdity of society’s many systems – cultural, consumerist, celebrity, political, and financial – opened their solo exhibition, NO MORE TEARS, I’M LOVIN’ IT, at Perrotin New York on November 3rd, 2023. The…

JORDAN WOLFSON’S “(FEMALE FIGURE)” PERFORMS A DISORIENTING SHOW AT THE BRANT FOUNDATION

The Brant Foundation Jordan Wolfson: (Female Figure) October 12th - December 31st, 2022 On October 12th, The Brant Foundation opened its exhibition of Jordan Wolfson’s (Female Figure), which was last exhibited in New York City in 2014. Prior to viewing the animatronic sculpture, there is very little information available about what exactly one is about…

10 MUST-SEE WORKS FROM THE 2022 IFPDA PRINT FAIR

The International Fine Print Dealers Association Print Fair opens at Javits Center in New York City to the public on Friday, October 28th for its 29th edition. The fair features 76 exhibition booths, each with its own collection of prints ranging from valuable works by old masters to fresh pieces by contemporary voices. Below are…

TAYLOR SWIFT’S “MIDNIGHTS” BEAUTIFULLY BEGINS A NEW SWIFTIAN ERA

At midnight on Friday, October 21st, Taylor Swift released her 10th studio album, Midnights. Shortly thereafter, she supplemented the 13 tracks with the reveal of Midnights (3am Edition), which includes seven additional songs that were a part of the creative process but did not make it to the final product. The album was produced by…

ENIVO’S “BRAZA: ENIVO” INVITES THE VIEWER TO A PARTY AT THE FAVELAS

KATES-FERRI PROJECTS BRAZA: ENIVO October 7th – November 4th, 2022 On October 7th, KATES-FERRI PROJECTS launched BRAZA: ENIVO, Brazilian artist ENIVO’s first North American solo exhibition. To walk into the gallery is to step into a party of life and color in the favelas of Brazil. The oil on canvas artwork displays a cultural vignette…

“SIRENS” CAPTURES THE YEARNING OF THRASH METAL BAND SLAVE TO SIRENS

Director Rita Baghdadi’s Sundance documentary, Sirens, follows the thrash metal band Slave to Sirens on their tumultuous journey to make music against the backdrop of a sociopolitically unstable Lebanon. The narrative focuses on lead guitarists Lilas Mayassi and Shery Bechara, two out of the five women behind what is, perhaps, the only all-female metal group…

DODIE’S “HOT MESS” GETS VULNERABLE ABOUT THE QUINTESSENTIAL TWENTIES EXPERIENCE

Indie singer-songwriter Dodie released her EP “Hot Mess” on September 29th, featuring four fearlessly honest tracks. “God, twenty-seven, still crying in cars,” she berates herself in the opening song, declaring, “I’m a hot mess,” as she walks – and then runs – toward the ever-moving goalpost of the camera. The track’s upbeat tune heightens the…

“CATACALYSM: THE 1972 DIANE ARBUS RETROSPECTIVE REVISITED” COMPELS VIEWERS TO EXAMINE THE SUBJECT OF THE PHOTOGRAPH

“Cataclysm: The 1972 Diane Arbus Retrospective Revisited” Presented by David Zwirner and Fraenkel Gallery EXHIBITION ON VIEW September 14 - October 22 DAVID ZWIRNER GALLERY 537 W 20th Street, New York, NY 10011 In partnership with Fraenkel Gallery, David Zwirner Gallery commenced its much-awaited “Cataclysm: The 1972 Diane Arbus Retrospective Revisited” exhibition on September 14th.…

A HUG FROM THE ART WORLD PRESENTS HOWIE MICHELS’ “EPIC” DREAMSCAPES

Howie Michels' "EPIC" A solo exhibition presented by A Hug From The Art World EXHIBITION ON VIEW September 15 - October 29 A HUG FROM THE ART WORLD 515 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011 On September 15th, A Hug From The Art World launched an exhibition entitled “EPIC” featuring Howie Michels’ work. What…

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