Numerous nightclubs emerged and flourished in Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood during the Harlem Renaissance, a vibrant cultural movement spanning from the aftermath of World War I (1917) to the prelude of the Great Depression and World War II in the 1930s. One of the most famous was a problematic and heavily segregated establishment known as The Cotton Club or the Aristocrat of Harlem.
A decade ago, in 2013, artist Bruno Catalano made headlines when he unveiled ten life-size bronze sculptures (known collectively as “Les Voyageurs” or “The Travelers”), each depicting a person with portions of their bodies missing.
Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of India, a land that is a treasure trove of iconic marvels like the ethereal Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, and the imposing Red Fort Complex in New Delhi. However, beyond these well-trodden paths lies a hidden gem waiting to be discovered – the whimsical Nek Chand Rock Garden nestled in the heart of Chandigarh.
If you’re seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, look no further than Kolarbyn Eco Lodge – Sweden’s most rugged and rustic hotel nestled in the picturesque town of Skinnskatteberg (just a couple of hours from Stockholm). Get ready to leave modern-day amenities behind and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature like never before!
For hundreds of years, Gorée Island, situated three kilometers from the Senegalese coast, functioned as the leading slave-trading hub along the African shoreline. Today, it’s home to the House of Slaves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and museum dedicated to educating visitors about the effects of the transatlantic slave trade on African people.
Chile is famous for its many attractions, including Torres del Paine National Park and Easter Island. If you’re planning a visit, be sure to add “Mano del Desierto” or “The Hand of the Desert” to your must-see list.
Nestled amidst the sun-kissed rocks of Ios Island in Greece, lies the Calilo Hotel – a haven of tranquility that promises to transport weary travelers to a world of unparalleled luxury and serenity.
New York City’s Dinner Gallery is excited to present artist Sophia Belkin’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, titled “Slice of Water.” The exhibition is scheduled to run from March 9 to April 22, 2023, and an opening reception will take place on March 9 from 6 to 8 pm.
To commemorate the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Postal Service (Ukrposhta) released a new stamp that features a mural created by the England-based artist Banksy.
Plenty of artists worldwide are known for their controversial creations. However, one artist often springs to mind when the subject of problematic art comes up: Maurizio Cattelan. Cattelan is the creator of “Him,” which has been described as one of the most “shocking and disquieting” post-war era works of art.