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“GOOD TO BE BAD” SINGER TALII TALKS SEXUAL EMPOWERMENT AND CARIBBEAN MUSICAL ROOTS: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW + VIDEO PREMIERE

Orlando-based artist Talii's musical background can be linked to the beautifully distinctive Caribbean rhythm that her blood carries. "The energy of West Indian music and culture is hypnotic to me and I love when we get to infuse those elements into the sonics of my music," she told us in an exclusive interview. The Florida…

CANADIAN ACTOR JAKE MANLEY GOES ALL-AMERICAN FOR HIS GRITTY ROLE IN “INFAMOUS” OPPOSITE BELLA THORNE

Actor Jake Manley’s filmography has ranged from the adorable likes of A Dog’s Journey, to comedy-horror Netflix gem The Order, to all-out war epic Midway. With his new film, Infamous, out on streaming services and select drive-ins now, he can cross “heist-thriller” off his list. Though he’ll tell you himself that the film is far…

UK NEWCOMER REGULUS RED PUTS QUEERNESS FIRST ON UPCOMING EP “RED PRINCE OF THE NIGHT” 

‘80s throwback is in, just ask up-and-coming international electropop singer Regulus Red. The half Welsh, half Italian artist takes huge inspiration from the over-the-top energy and colors of the era, and infuses it all with an unabashed sense of self and authenticity. Uniquely international and unapologetically extravagant, Red is not afraid to throw out the…

A BRIEF HISTORY OF JUNETEENTH AND WHY WE MUST RECOGNIZE IT AS A FEDERAL HOLIDAY

Across the country, Juneteenth, a national holiday immortalizing June 19, 1865, the day on which all enslaved people in Texas were freed, has seen a recent public resurgence. Following the police killings of Black citizens Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, amongst others, and subsequent worldwide protests, our country has placed a renewed emphasis on the…

LGBTQ+ VICTORY: SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST JOB DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION & GENDER IDENTITY

For as far as we as a nation have come concerning LGBTQ+ rights, it is worth remembering that there is still much work to be done. For years members of the community fought for the right to even publicly exist amongst tormentors and violence, issues of transgender people’s rights to use the bathroom they feel most comfortable…

WHAT HAS PROTESTING ACCOMPLISHED SO FAR?

We are on the verge of a revolution. In response to the killing of George Floyd by police, amongst many other incidents of police brutality against Black people like the killings of Breonna Taylor and David McAtee, protests have been staged across the country and by extension the entire world, to fight the systemic racism…

A REVOLUTION IN HASHTAGS: THE HISTORY OF #BLACKLIVESMATTER, #SAYHERNAME, AND WHY #ALLLIVESMATTER IS OFFENSIVE

The important conversations about police violence and systemic racism happening right now are happening around hashtags. This isn’t a new phenomenon, #MeToo has become shorthand for the movement against workplace sexual harassment, but in the days since George Floyd’s murder, a critical mass of social media content has seemed to mobilize around a few slogans,…

8 SONGS OF BLACK LIBERATION FROM THEN TO NOW

Every revolution has its soundtrack, and as long as there has been a struggle for a better world, there has been music to support that struggle. In light of the recent protests sparked by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and Ahmaud Arbery, the messages of these kinds of songs are painfully…

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THE LABYRINTH BY INDIRA CESARINE AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

View coverage from the opening reception of THE LABYRINTH On March 12th, The Untitled Space gallery in Tribeca, NY held the opening reception for  “THE LABYRINTH” an installation and exhibition of works by artist (and Untitled's founder) Indira Cesarine featuring photography, video, painting, and sculpture. The event featured a special performance by renowned modern dancer…

CORONAVIRUS AND ITS IMPACT – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Embed from Getty Images Preventative Measures in NYC, Courtesy of Getty Images. As of today, there have been more than 121,000 people infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19), of which roughly 4,000 have died. Majority of those who have been infected, or have died, still remain in mainland China. However, this has become a global issue. Italy…

THE UNTITLED SPACE PRESENTS “THE LABYRINTH” INSTALLATION + EXHIBITION BY INDIRA CESARINE

THE LABYRINTH An Installation and Exhibition by Indira Cesarine ARTIST RECEPTION + PERFORMANCE Featuring Katherine Crockett Thursday, March 12, 6-9pm RSVP events@untitled-space.com THE UNTITLED SPACE 45 Lispenard Street, NYC 10013 EXHIBITION ON VIEW March 6 - April 11, 2020 The Untitled Space is pleased to present “THE LABYRINTH,” an installation and exhibition of works by…

THE UNTITLED SPACE AT SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW 2020: ARTIST JESSICA LICHTENSTEIN “…DO THEY MAKE A SOUND?”

“…Do They Make A Sound?” JESSICA LICHTENSTEIN A Solo Exhibition Curated by Indira Cesarine for The Untitled Space SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW 2020 625 MADISON AVENUE, NYC EXHIBITION ON VIEW March 3 – 9, 2020 11am – 8pm daily The Untitled Space is pleased to present “…Do They Make A Sound?” an immersive installation and solo…

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“REBELLIOUS BLACK GIRL” EXHIBIT BY NICHOLE WASHINGTON OPENS AT THE UNTITLED SPACE IN CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Tuesday, February 18th, The Untitled Space held the opening of Nichole Washington’s debut New York solo exhibit entitled “Rebellious Black Girl.”  Collectors, friends, and fans came out to celebrate with the artist, and were heavily engaged in her work, asking in-depth questions about her methods and inspirations, while enjoying tunes by her husband, DJ Nick…

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MISS MEATFACE CELEBRATES HER SOLO “PEEP SHOW” WITH A PERFORMANCE AT FLEUR DU MAL IN COLLAB WITH THE UNTITLED SPACE

Kat Toronto (aka Miss Meatface) "Peep Show" Fleur du Mal 175 Mott Street NYC December 11, 2019 - February 14, 2020 On Saturday February 8, The Untitled Space and Fleur Du Mal presented a special New York Fashion Week performance with artist Kat Toronto aka “Miss Meatface” in celebration of her exhibit “Peep Show” being…

BILLIE EILISH WILL TAKE JAMES BOND INTO THE NEW AGE

James Bond is danger. James Bond is action. James Bond is suave. He stands with a gun in one hand, a supermodel in the other, and a smirk on his face. Despite a 24-film span, the Bond formula has remained largely the same: defeat the villain, get the girl, look damn good doing it. Textbook.…

THE FEMALE GAZE HITS THE FILM INDUSTRY – A LOOK AT INFLUENTIAL 2019 FEMALE DIRECTED FILMS

A sociopathic hit-woman, a rebellious 19th century poet, a ferocious supervillain, a group of female wrestlers and a modern outlaw are just some of the characters we have been able to experience in the past year because of Hollywood’s rising number of women in front of and behind the camera. Women have made great strides in…

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ART4EQUALITY LAUNCHES INAUGURAL BENEFIT ART AUCTION WITH RECEPTION AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

New York's art and culture scene came out on January 23, 2020 to celebrate at The Untitled Space for a cocktail reception in support of Art4Equality's benefit exhibition and  inaugural art auction presented in collaboration with online auction house Paddle8. The art auction launched with a preview on January 23rd and will be live for…

INTERVIEW: ECHOSMITH’S NEW ALBUM LONELY GENERATION DELIVERS HONESTY AND VULNERABILITY TO THE NEW YEAR

Indie pop sensation Echosmith will reach new heights in 2020 with the debut of a fresh new album, Lonely Generation, their first full-length release in almost 7 years. The band started out as a few teenage siblings from Southern California who first came together to make music in 2009 before booking festivals and touring the…

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