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The Rad Art Show Celebrating Fat Femmes Of All Colors And Genders

Artists aim to challenge the way we see fatness.


New York Pays Homage To Dancers Who Were Victims Of AIDS

Dancer Ishmael Houston-Jones will supervise a series of performances and a vigil.


New York’s Landmark Caribbean Cultural Center Is Here To Stay

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute opened new doors at its permanent home of East Harlem.


How One Dominican Woman Is Radicalizing Nail Art In The Age Of Woke

When is nail art ever a topic of conversation in the context of activism?


Historic Basquiat Exhibit Coming To The United Kingdom

And it promises to showcase the icon in a way that's never been done.


Latinx Artists Shine On Twitter With #LatinxsCreate

Latinx artists are flexing their diverse range of talent in an effort to expand their narrative.


El Museo Del Barrio Loses Chief To Museum Of Arts And Design

"I have been enthralled with MAD ever since it opened on Columbus Circle…"


Bronx Activist Refutes Swizz Beatz Story On “Piano District” Name Change

"Let’s take note first that Swizz is openly commending this landlord, who means to displace our community to build a new Soho."


Headless Rihanna Statue Inspired By Ancient, Xenophobic Drawings

Rih's likeness was inspired by Acéfalo, "headless monsters" said to have lived across the Americas and in the Caribbean.


Dominican Painter German Pérez Combats Patriarchy With Clinton Art

"Women take care of the important issues."


How Swizz Beatz Halted “Piano District” Invention With South Bronx Art Fair

Night two of BACARDÍ and The Dean Collection's No Commission art extravaganza opened with a vibrant playlist of Caribbean rhythms that ping-ponged between old school salsa and…


NYC Artist Jordan Baker-Caldwell Sculpture Receives A Permanent Sculpture In Manhattan

...and he's the first African American to ever secure a permanent sculpture in New York City.
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