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  • Entertainment
    Dominican Designer EMILIO SOSA Reimagines Rockettes Costumes For New Era

    Originally published in LatinTRENDS magazine By Christine Stoddard When Emilio Sosa was three years old, his family...

  • Entertainment
    DESTACADA PARTICIPACION DE ARTISTAS PLASTICOS DOMINICANOS EN ARTEXPO 2015

    Este pasado fin de semana se celebró en Nueva york la feria de arte más grande del...

  • Entertainment
    VH1 + SCOPE Announce a Partnership with Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic

    Mestrovic to Create the Longest Continuous Hand-Painting to be Exhibted at this Year’s Art Basel.     VH1 + SCOPE announce an interactive art component with artist and calligrapher, Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic, for their third annual event during Art Basel in Miami Beach on Friday, December 5th 2014. Each year, VH1 + SCOPE...

  • Weird but True
    Tattooing on Heads?

    Why is art such a mysterious thing that only the artist can understand? Because they express themselves for what they see and not what the naked eye sees. They see something in a plain format, which is then translated into a sculptor, painting or some other effect. This idea is parallel to...

  • Events
    The Loisaida Fest Transformed the Lower East Side!

      Memorial Day Weekend oozed Puerto Rican and Latino with the 2014 Loisaida Festival edition that transformed...

  • Fashion
    Where Fashion and Music Combine Right in New York City: Where else?

    Is it art or is it something else? That is the beauty of fashion and New York City where anything really can be a work of art. Artists look at objects and see them from a different point of view. The photographers capture moments in a single flash. The sculptors get the...

  • Events
    Latino Culture: “Art is Life and Life is Art” Exhibit 1/21

      Come celebrate “Art is Life and Life is Art” with artists and art lovers supporting the Joy Wai Center for The Arts and Arts Olympus. Tuesday, January 21 9pm – 12am   This will be a great chance to see Aldara Ortega’s underwater photography and purchase small prints. Joy Wai Gallery...

  • Events
    Exhibition: ‘Frida’s New York’ by Felipe Galindo

    Small gallery, but big imagination centered around Felipe Galindo’s grand opening exhibit, Frida’s New York: A Sequential Art Exhibit at Word Up Bookstore in Washington Heights, New York. His exhibition was inspired by Frida Kahlo, who visited New York back in the 1930s and 1940s. He thought about what Frida would be...

  • Events
    Andrea Arroyo Exhibits “Presencia” A Series of Works That Celebrate Women’s Courage

    In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Andrea Arroyo will be exhibiting “Presencia” at the historical site of the first Women’s Rights Convention, held in 1848, in Seneca Falls, NY. “Presencia” features twenty artworks that celebrate women’s strength and honor the female body. While commemorating the stories of extraordinary historical figures, the artist...

  • Entertainment
    Art Truly Mimics Life for New Age Artist Sashalyn Medina

    Written By: Carmen Ledesma Sashalyn FIT Alumni is an eclectic, funky, new age Latina artist who is making her way into the art shows of Manhattan. Inspired by news, life and on site, events, research experiences, and sightings; her work continues to grow more progressively. Born on February 14th, the playful Sashalyn...

  • Entertainment
    Featuring: Artist Adriana M. Garcia

    LatinTRENDS featured Adriana M. Garcia, the winner of The Jose Cuervo Traditional Mural Project for our Artist Spotlight page and now we sit with her for an interview. LT: When did you realize you were an artist? AG: I’ve always felt like I was an artist. I mean when people would ask...

  • Events
    Poetry Reading: Visions of the Trilline

    May 02, 2013 7:00 p.m. Free Admission The King Juan Carlos of Spain Center-NYU 53 Washington Square South Suite 214 New York, NY In conjunction with the show The Art of Friendship: Borges and Xul Solar, Mónica de la Torre (poet and translator), Cecilia Vicuña (visual artist and filmmaker) and Lila Zemborain...

  • Events
    101 Tragedies of Enrique Metinides: Photo Gallery sponsored by Aperture

    Walking into a gallery, you are presented with the work of an artist that was not created overnight, but was created over decades that told a story. This was the case for Enrique Metinides, a Mexican photographer, who displayed his photos in an art gallery sponsored by Aperture called “101 Tragedies of...

  • Entertainment
    Artist Transforms Bank Into Mesera Club for Valentine’s Day

    The night after Valentine’s day, Queens based artist Shaun Leonardo will be transforming No Longer Empty’s current...

  • Events
    Infinite Regions Exhibition, Curated by Andrea Arroyo

    Infinite Regions, Curated by Andrea Arroyo Artwork by Iliana Emilia Garcia, Hiroko Ohno and Diana Schmertz The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano is pleased to present Infinite Regions, an art exhibition featuring the work of Iliana Emilia Garcia, Hiroko Ohno and Diana Schmertz, three diverse artists that approach notions...

  • Entertainment
    George Washington Revisits Washington Heights by Felipe Galindo

    Felipe Galindo is an internationally renowned artist, illustrator, cartoonist and animator, his work is published and exhibited widely

  • Trendspotting
    NYC Celebrates Groundbreaking of El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 Oct. 2

    East Harlem’s PS109 building to be converted to affordable live/work space for artists

  • Celebrity News & Gossip
    Author Spotlight: Carlos Fuentes and Roberto Ampuero

    Check out these great Latino artists!

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