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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.

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Dominican Painter German Pérez Combats Patriarchy With Clinton Art

"Women take care of the important issues."

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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…

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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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Argentinian Artist Magda Love Sends You Down The Rabbit Hole With Interactive Mural

Dive into the world of Alice in Wonderland through the eyes of iconic street artist, Magda Love.

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How Painters Are Collectively “Erasing” The U.S.-Mexico Border

One even did it while wearing a little black dress and matching pumps.

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“Our America” Exhibit Explores Latinidad In A Climate Riddled With Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric

A collaboration of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban and Dominican artists share their interpretation of their experience in the land of the free.

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Colorful Census Inspires Artist To Examine Brazilian Identities

Brazil is known as one of the most diverse nations in the world…

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Latina Muralist Sand One Celebrates Women At The Margins

“I’m here to make money and to put on for other women.”

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Los Angeles’ Mural Mile Is Transformed To Celebrate Latino Culture

Los Angeles' Mural Mile a new mecca for Latino art and culture.

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Catch Phil V’s “Document The Fresh” Polaroid Exhibit At THE BISHOP

Photographer Phil V has been making waves with his photographic skills with polaroids since 2012, and now you can view his hip-hop infused pictures at…
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