Fernando Carpaneda

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"Since moving to New York City from Puerto Rico, when I was a one year-old, I’ve lived in: Crown Heights, Flushing, Harlem, Sunnyside, the West Village, Park Slope, and Clinton Hill.  "

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"In early 1995, I got in touch with CBGB, and ended up scheduling some exhibitions at CB’s 313 Gallery, which was the CBGB art gallery."

CARPAZINE ART MAGAZINE ISSUE NUMBER 29

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​​Herman James 

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Erika Meriaux

CARPAZINE ART MAGAZINE ISSUE NUMBER 29! Featuring an Exclusive Interview with artist Herman James! More: Erika Meriaux, Ethan Riddle, Joe Tucholski, Radomir Fiksa, Then and Now at Patchogue Arts Council Featuring ; Degruyl, Patty Eljaiek, Kevin Casey, Curated by John Cino. More: Doors by Gregory Norris, Ductape new single "Sevmiyor", Macedonia Graffiti, Montenegro Graffiti and many More!

Long Island Biennial

"I have been doing music videos for bands from all over the place for the past ten years. We’re now working on a documentary about the amazing Ginger Coyote"

DOORS BY GREGORY NORRIS

"Lena Klyukina sips a delicious hot chocolate at Ideas Block in Vilnius, Lithuana but she is not an artsy fartsy dork. Her art is not an easy to swallow combination ...."

Bernardo Corman

Ethan Riddle



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Lena Klyukina 

"I like simple designs that fuse two disparate items so seamlessly that they look like they have always belonged together. I attended the School of the Art Institute in Chicago.." 

"Long Island Biennial 2020 at the Heckscher Museum of Art, a juried exhibition featuring exceptional art from contemporary artists!"

Montenegro 

30 years ago I sat sharing a pizza with the tattooed man in the Three of Cups in Woodstock, NY while he glared and the hippies stared. That following spring I got my first tattoo just down the street. Back then a tattoo was still something that branded you as an outsider. The perception of tattooed people has changed dramatically in America in the last 100 years. However, the art of indelible body markings to express identity has been around for over 7,000 years. More:


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Tucholski

Macedonia