March 22, 2018

“What excites me about curating art for office and residential buildings as well as hotels is my ability to work with artists to create original new works, specifically tailored to each space. I will go through a space and delineate what I need and where, and then work...

November 15, 2017

You know Norman Kirby for his playful designs woven in ribbon on hurricane fences all around Jersey City. Often uplifting, I see these works as daily reminders of life’s small joys. When the darkness that dominates the news cycle seems so hell-bent on making me questio...

The art offerings within every neighborhood in Jersey City underscores the universal truism that we are a community - a vibrant and thriving city. This is because of the breadth and diversity of who lives and works here; and artists, gallerists, designers, craftspeople...

September 12, 2017

To Rastogi, art flows through her veins and is entwined with her identity, “I didn’t find art, it was within me. I breathe art in every respect. Art has always been more than a passion for me, in fact, it is almost a way of life. After college, I started painting the u...

September 2, 2017

“We are the culture. The culture is us” Flash told me while expressing his thoughts on the rise of the culture in Jersey City.

The culture and lifestyle of skateboarding definitely influences my work however I'm influenced by other cultures as well. I transitioned from a street skate kid to fashion designer then to fine art.

June 2, 2017

So back we went. Did a walk-thru together and put down a deposit ... Badda-bing-badda-boom. We moved in after Christmas just in time to celebrate the turn-of-the-century --  New Year's 2000. But despite its sound 150-year-old bones and unique personality, the house...

What is the most exciting moment of your art career? I have had many exciting moments! Having work in a show alongside Andy Warhol in Fashion Forward at the Islip Art Museum in Islip, NY was pretty great! I was also thrilled when the Museum at SUNY Albany exhibited my...

My Art is a response to the world around me. I pay close attention, observe and translate what I see into a more comprehensive visual language - a language that allows me to open up a dialog; granting me a platform to voice my opinions and concerns. Without art I would...

My hope for Jersey City and art over the next twelve months is that we all get to keep chugging along lovingly, peacefully, and happily.

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