Federico Clapis – Italian Sculptor

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Former YouTube star, and Instagram maestro, Federico Clapis knows technology and taboo. It shows in his work. Thus, my love for artist Federico Clapis – Italian Sculptor. His babies aren’t the polished perfection of society’s status quo. They sit inside stretched bellies.

Mario Gonzales – Street Artist

Holly Park by Mario Gonzalez

Mario Gonzales paints monsters and men. Famous for his tagline When it Reigns, I’m Poor, Mario makes art that speaks to the city..

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

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New Yorkers know the name Dyckman. But many aren’t aware that this notoriety started with Dyckman Farmhouse. Luckily, it endures as a vital, engaging museum in Upper Manhattan.

WaterColor by Antonio

Watercolor by Antonio lifts and lightens figures with his work. There’s profound depth as well. Strong lines and archetypal themes ground the work.

The Met Cloisters Museum – NYC

Cloisters Chapel Museum Washington Heights

The Met Cloisters Museum graces Upper Manhattan with art, peace, and quiet. Not a religious place, it still feels like a spiritual sanctuary. That’s thanks to the calming spaces and extraordinary art collection.

The Lott House – Brooklyn

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The Henrick I. Lott House makes the long trek into Deep South Brooklyn well worthwhile. This 1719 home itself makes history.