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Meet Marta Lee

Where the magic happens in Marta Lee's studio: between precious objects and trash, work playlists, and holding paintings.

Platonic Intimacy: Iconic Friendships in 1960s New York City

Artist friendships are often overlooked...

Platonic Intimacy: with Hayley Cranberry

Hayley, urban planner, ceramicist, and disability justice advocate, recounts intimacy with human friends, animal friends, and clay. The tactility of her ceramic works reflect the continually changing nature of our bodies and relationships between them. 

Platonic Intimacy: with Laura Bishai

Laura, writer at Body Language, gets candid about how different parts of the world discuss intimacy and about exploring yourself to inform relationships with others.

Platonic Intimacy: Global Attachments, or, Intimate Moments in Non-Western Art

Intimacy in all its complexity has been viewed and depicted in beautifully unique ways around the globe.

Let's get friendly with Platonic Intimacy

This month, we're exploring vulnerability in different human relationships. Let's talk about what it is and why it's important before we meet our special guest curators!

Behind the Exhibition: Taste of You

With this exhibition, we’re giving our eyeballs a long-due vacation to explore how we can deploy a different sense to experience art. 

Meet Hanna Washburn

Hanna's works taste like the huge blue cake from Sleeping Beauty - wonky, struggling to stand, handmade. 

Meet Juan Alberto Negroni

Juan's works taste like coffee, like coconut and like the sweet drop of juice that comes out of the jungle geranium stem...

Collector Spotlight: Bill Strickland

We sat down with one of our collectors, Bill Strickland, Editorial Director at Hearst Enthusiast Group, for a conversation about his collection and what art means to him.

Mass Produced, Mass Painted

What does mass production of art mean in relation to the handmade, and can the appearance of it mean a work of art has more or less cultural value?

Science /between/ Fiction: Meet Kat Vlasova

Multimedia artist Kat Vlasova talks about navigating XR that has no canon or textbook yet, and her personal quest to create positive emotional experiences for a wider audience. 

Science /between/ Fiction: Will Machines Replace Artists?

How does AI transform visual arts - and more importantly - should it?

Gallery Wall series: (Criminally) Underrated but BOMB AF Netflix watches

Insanely good Netflix shows that don’t receive the rightful recognition they deserve, through art.

Gallery Wall series: Picks by Grace, our designer

We bring to you our staff pick edition on everything soft, curated by Grace who is the head designer at Curina.

What in the Art World?: A Tale of Two Art Scenes

Even though Brooklyn and Manhattan are only one bridge away, the two host two different art scenes.  Curious about the differences and similarities?  This episode of Chats with Curina covers it all.

What in the Art World?: Meet Mio

On the first episode of What in the Art World?, we introduce our audience to our founder Mio.  Get to know her more and her thoughts on the NYC art scene and pop culture.   

The Art of Punk

The sound, wardrobe, and sentiment that have defined the movement from its roots is back in force. It’s high time we take a look back at the visual arts that went along with it.



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