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Culture

03/29/2024
Between Fantasy & Reality:
Jose Duran

Jose Duran has been a mentor and a source of inspiration to us for many years. Back in 2020, we interviewed him and reflected on…

By Nabila Brache
02/14/2024
Segunda Generación
Guarionex Rodriguez, Jr.

We had the pleasure of interviewing talented Dominican photographer, Guarionex, whose lens captures the essence of culture and identity. He takes us through his different…

By Joel De La Rosa
01/13/2024
Recontextualizing Caribbeaness:
Patricia Encarnación

Discovering Patricia’s art through social media was like stumbling upon a treasure of Caribbean identity and captivating visuals. Our connection deepened when we had the…

By Nabila Brache
11/12/2023
The Two Sides of the Peso: Franz Caba

By Daniel Cortorreal
08/27/2023
Washington Heights Surrealism:
Devin Osorio

We delve into the world of Devin Osorio, a visionary magic realist artist. In this dialogue we discover Devin’s deep bond with their Dominican heritage,…

By Nabila Brache
12/08/2021
Island Nostalgia:
Larissa de Jesús

After coming across Larissa’s multidisciplinary artworks in social media, we had to reach out. We were attracted to her portraits and neo-surreal imagery that depict…

By Nabila Brache
08/16/2021
Tropical Identity:
Joiri Minaya

We recently spoke to the artist Joiri Minaya, and she shared with us how her work has been the result of her experience in the…

By Joel De La Rosa
12/24/2020
Art & Technology:
Bernardine Brocker

Bernadine Brocker is CEO and Co-Founder of Vastari. She is a huge proponent of technological innovation for the art world. She is also a scholar…

By Joel De La Rosa
12/23/2020
The Present & Future:
Jean García

Jean García is a graduate of Political Science and Economics, with studies in Anthropology and Management. He is a fellow of the Singularity University, social…

By Rafael Gómez
12/22/2020
Postmodernism & Transhumanism:
Mane Tatoulian

Ever since Mane Tatoulian was a child she would open boxes, take everything out, and slowly start to organize everything; this was the beginning of…

By Joel De La Rosa

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