World of Art

Bushwick Open Studios 2017

@sarahrupp-art New York is filled with museums, galleries, exhibitions, street art, public art, art fairs and numerous other venues in which to display what’s new (and old) on the art scene. But, one fun and very rare way to see the latest works in the New York art world is the “Open Studio”. Artists opening […] Read more…

Montreal’s Best Street Art pt.2

The street art just won’t stop in Montreal. In the second part of the series I found another pile of fantastic art. The art is edgy, diverse and surreal. There is a stunning variety of color and fascinating imagery. As stated in Part 1, most of this street art can be found along Saint Laurent and […] Read more…

Manhattan Street Art 2017

The New York City Street Art search continues… The first half of 2017 has thus far proven to be a good one for street art in the city. Many of my favorite artists like Os Gemeos, Bradley Theodore, and Jerkface have made appearances in Manhattan. Or many they’ve been here for years and I’ve just […] Read more…

NYC Art: Comme des Garcons at The MET

Every May in Manhattan The Fashion Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art holds its annual fashion exhibition. Most know this as the Met Gala. Which is primarily famous for its celebrity attendees and their questionable fashion choices. The exhibit itself often gets overlooked as more people care to see whether or not Rihanna will […] Read more…

Top European Street Art

Traveling is the world’s greatest luxury in my opinion. When exploring any new city my eye is immediately drawn to street art. I seek it out at every new destination. Art defines culture. And street artists represent the everyday people of the city rather than the (sometimes) elitist artists that are displayed in museums. The […] Read more…

Top 10 Museums In NYC

#10 THE AMERICAN FOLK ART MUSEUM: The American Folk Art Museum in New York City is a tribute to true Americana. The term “Folk Art” refers to self-taught genres of art that are often minimalist and unpretentious. Most museums house elitist art which, don’t get me wrong, can be very good but it is refreshing […] Read more…

Art Of The Underground: 86th Street Q

The New Q train in Manhattan is a real wonder to explore. The city is slowly but surely losing its reputation for having the world’s dirtiest metro system. Google New York City trains from a few decades ago and you’ll really understand how far they’ve come. Once underground entrances to hell they are now becoming […] Read more…

Art Of The Underground: 72nd Street Q

The New Q If you live in New York City the opening of the Second Avenue subway line was about as momentous as the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty. The original plan for the line was first put forth a hundred years ago. Literally! A century later the Second Avenue Q has graced the […] Read more…

A Sculptural Tour Of Prague

The Sculpture of Praha, Czech Republic Prague has many things going for it. The food is noteworthy. The people are down-to-earth. The scenery is captivating. And the museums are some of the most unique in Europe. Walking the streets in Prague you feel the vibrancy of its old world beauty and a strong tinge of […] Read more…

Top Manhattan Street Art

Yes, New York City is the best city in the world for art. Museums and galleries galore and every block painted with an interesting piece of art. The street art in Manhattan is diverse and what gives the borough its character. This past year I’ve seen some amazing pieces. Colorful, alternative and some very poignant. […] Read more…

NY Art: Bushwick Open Studios

Jaclyn Brown Welcome To The 2016 Bushwick Open Studios! New York is filled with museums, galleries, exhibitions, street art, public art, art fairs and numerous other venues in which to display what’s new (and old) on the art scene. But, one fun and very rare way to see the latest works in the New York […] Read more…

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