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INTERVIEW: BLACK PANTHER PARTY LEADER ERICKA HUGGINS ON THE HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT AND HER NEW BOOK “COMRADE SISTERS” WITH STEPHEN SHAMES

The historic Black Panther Party, originally the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, is one of the most spoken about organizations of the civil rights movements, remembered even decades after its founding in 1966. Speaker, writer, educator, and former leader of the party Ericka Huggins dedicated much of her life to the party and continues…

“NO REGRETS”: INDIRA CESARINE INTERVIEWS ANNA SOROKIN AKA ANNA DELVEY ON PRISON REFORM AND CREATING ART BEHIND BARS FOR THE REBEL ISSUE

INTERVIEW BY INDIRA CESARINE  “Not guilty.” Those two simple words, accompanied by "Anna Delvey," adorn one of the infamous socialite's latest artworks, scrawled in color pencil repeatedly on a single piece of paper. Anna Delvey, whose birth name is Anna Sorokin, released the artwork as a means of “reclaiming her narrative” in order to tell…

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“MY CHOICE” BENEFIT ART AUCTION: 20 ARTISTS JOIN FORCES TO RAISE FUNDS FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS PRESENTED BY ART4EQUALITY AND THE UNTITLED SPACE

"MY CHOICE" Benefit Art Auction Presented by The Untitled Space In collaboration with Art4Equality Online at untitled-space.art  Bidding live from August 24th, 2022, 12pm EST Closing: August 31st, 2022 at 12pm EST.  On Wednesday, August 24th, The Untitled Space gallery launched a benefit art auction "MY CHOICE", featuring over 200 artworks by 20 female identifying…

A LOOK BACK AT THE LIFE OF “GREASE” STAR AND 80S ICON OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN

Olivia Newton-John, the iconic singer and actress most notable for her role as Sandy in Grease, has passed away at the age of 73. According to a statement from her husband, John Easterling, Newton-John died peacefully at home after a decades-long battle against breast cancer. Newton-John's radiance, coupled with a penchant for performing, shone through…

ROUND-UP ON THE SHOCKING RECENT SUPREME COURT DECISIONS IMPACTING EVERYTHING FROM REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT AND MORE

Since the jarring overturn of Roe v. Wade this past June, the Supreme Court has not slowed on heavy impactful decisions as the political tension heats up in America. From halting the E.P.A’s ability to aid climate change to accept a largely controversial case on how federal elections are conducted, here are some of the decisions…

THE NEW COVID INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL EXPERIENCE: IS IT WORTH IT?

With the world opening up again, many are eager to resume their vacations, work trips, and cultural experiences, but with COVID restrictions, required testing/vaccination, and higher chance of virus exposure, many are being much more selective with their travel destinations. Domestic travel within the United States does not have many travel restrictions, as NYC lifted…

INTERVIEW: PUSSY RIOT’S NADYA TOLOKONNIKOVA ON BRINGING ACTIVISM INTO THE CRYPTO AGE WITH NFTS AND UNICORNDAO

Art collective, performance artists, girl group, punk band, anarchists… Pussy Riot has been labeled many different ways over the years, although few truly grasp the full scope of what they are about and many have perhaps underestimated their brilliance. Originally a roughly dozen-member Russian feminist collective, Pussy Riot is now a fully-fledged protest movement and…

HOW CREATIVES ARE RAISING MONEY FOR THE CRISIS IN UKRAINE FROM ACTRESS MILA KUNIS, TO PUSSY RIOT, NFTS AUCTIONS, ART EXHIBITIONS AND MORE

On February 24th, Russia aggressively invaded Ukraine's capital Kyiv in a surprise invasion to take over the country by force. The capital was attacked by missile strikes and rockets crashing into residential buildings forcing civilians to flee. More than 2.5 million people have so far fled Ukraine because of Russia's invasion, in what the UN…

THE UNTITLED SPACE LAUNCHES “UNTITLED PHOTO” WITH AN EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANNA NICOLE SMITH BY DANIELA FEDERICI

The Untitled Space is pleased to present UNTITLED PHOTO, a new division of the gallery dedicated to featuring collections of historic and iconic photographic imagery from the 1980s and 1990s. The division is launching with its first collection featuring the celebrated series of portraits of Anna Nicole Smith by photographer Daniela Federici. Photographer Daniela Federici…

NY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OPENS FALL EXHIBIT “NOTORIOUS RBG”

Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. New-York Historical Society, NY October 1, 2021 – January 23, 2022 Following the one year anniversary of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, the New-York Historical Society has opened an exhibit honoring the late cultural icon’s life. The collection is entitled, Notorious RBG: The Life…

MUST WATCH FEMALE PODCASTS

Podcasts for women, by women. Women have dominated the podcast space this past year, with shows such as Crime Junkie, Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain, Call Her Daddy, and Moments with Lexi Hidalgo, all rightfully claiming their spots on the Spotify Top 100 Chart. Whether it’s questions about dating, sex, spirituality, or you are in…

VISIT NEW YORK CITY’S SCARIEST HAUNTED HOUSES

Celebrate spooky season with a frightful night visiting one of New York City's scariest haunted houses. Spend your Saturday night with the ghosts, the killer clowns, and the creepiest creatures New York has to offer. With admission from $50 or less, you'll want to hit as many of these terrifying attractions as your mind can…

FACEBOOK CONTROVERSY: HAUGEN VS. ZUCKERBERG

It seems Facebook and controversy are inconceivably linked at this point.  Frances Haugen, a prior data scientist for Facebook, recently revealed herself as the "whistleblower" behind the recent scandal. In a recent episode of 60 minutes, Haugen reveals that it was, in fact, her who was responsible for copying and leaking thousands of pages worth of…

CELEBRATING LATINX HERITAGE MONTH

(Latinx is a general neutral, nonbinary term used to describe a person of Latin American origin or descent) From September 15 to October 15, we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month by saluting the histories, cultures, and influence that of American citizens whose ancestors traveled from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central, and South America. What initially began…

THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE’S “INNOVATE” ISSUE COLLECTOR PRINT EDITION

We are thrilled to present The Untitled Magazine‘s latest collector's print edition, The INNOVATE Issue, releasing this September 2021 to a global audience. "What does “innovate” mean to you?" That is the question we put forth to all of our incredibly talented artists and creatives featured in the INNOVATE Issue. In the midst of a…

PRIDE WAS A RIOT, NOT A RAINBOW: THE KEY LEADERS OF THE 1969 STONEWALL UPRISING

After what seems like a lifetime of uncertainty, doubt, fear, and loneliness, post-pandemic Pride celebrations are sure to be amplified for years to come. Today, Pride is a beautiful and outward expression of love, acceptance, and visibility for the LGBTQ+ community marked by lively parades and an overabundance of rainbow paraphernalia. However, this was not…

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