From One Twenty-Something Creative to Another: This is a Rough Time, but It’ll Be OK.

From One Twenty-Something Creative to Another: This is a Rough Time, but It’ll Be OK.

Right now, it’s a really weird time to be a twenty-something year old. It’s during this decade in our life that self-realization takes on a prominency that we’ve never experienced before, and will probably never experience again. It’s proven that we develop a memory bump during our early adulthood, meaning that many older adults reminiscing on their past tend to recount vivid and detailed accounts of their twenties: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

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Cheim & Read Gallery Breaks Traditional Boundaries with Experience-Oriented Exhibits

Cheim & Read Gallery Breaks Traditional Boundaries with Experience-Oriented Exhibits

All Over The Moon, which ran at the Cheim & Read Gallery from July 12th to August 30th, was a group show that featured work by Laurel Sparks, Lily Stockman, and Richard Tinkler. Through the careful curation of specific works from each artist, Cheim & Read wove together a unique narrative that each piece spoke to, while simultaneously sparking a conversation centering the works of these artists. Taking the viewer on a journey of self-realization of their spiritual, physical, and mental health, each individual work directly conveys a daily practice for wellbeing.

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Elon Musk, Yusaku Maezawa and the Accessibility of Art

Elon Musk, Yusaku Maezawa and the Accessibility of Art

This past week, Elon Musk, founder and CEO of the private spaceflight company SpaceX, revealed the first passenger of his ambitious BFR rocket’s trip around the moon: Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese billionaire, entrepreneur, and art collector. In the SpaceX press conference where Maezawa’s involvement was first announced, he stands radiantly in front of the audience and proclaims that “I choose to go to the moon,” a famous quote uttered by John F. Kennedy nearly exactly 56 years ago. Maezawa’s intention to venture into the final frontier?

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