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The Beginning of Neo-Expressionism

Andy Warhol? Surely you’re familiar with the name. Most people know him as an artist. But what about Jean-Michel Basquiat? Most people have never heard of him. Although he’s not a household name like Warhol, he was also an influential … Continue reading

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Max Beckmann in New York

Max Beckmann, the German expressionist painter who lived all throughout Europe and died on a street corner in New York City, has returned to NYC more than 60 years after his death. In spirit, at any rate. Under the hand … Continue reading

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The Museum of Sex

The Museum of Sex (MoSex) is fairly new to the New York museum scene. Established in 2002, the museum was created to chronicle the history, evolution, and societal impact of human sexuality. As can be expected, admission is strictly limited to … Continue reading

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Governor’s Island Art Fair

September 5th opens the annual Governor’s Island Art Fair, which exists to highlight works by newly discovered or emerging artists from around the world. It will be open every Saturday and Sunday throughout the month. The fair, which is in … Continue reading

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Artists and Fleas at Chelsea Market

Artists and Fleas are not mutually exclusive in Williamsburg, one of Brooklyn’s most notoriously hip neighborhoods. The upside of being home to what some consider “the birthplace of American hipsters,” is that Williamsburg actually has some pretty neat things going … Continue reading

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Let WAGMAG Be Your Guide to The Arts in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NYC is a neighborhood rich with culture, a diverse population, and of course, a multitude of artistic mediums so abundant that the dozens of small gallery spaces can hardly contain them. In fact, sometimes they can’t, at which point … Continue reading

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JR Takes NYC

JR is a name many have heard; it is the name of a French street artist who is known for his global project, Inside Out. After winning the 2011 TED Prize, which granted him $100,000 to use towards “one wish … Continue reading

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