DZI: The Voice Has A New Home

Thursday, May 23, 2013

DZI: The Voice has a new address. You can find all our latest content on art, music, fashion, and film at

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Xaviera Simmons: A Summary of Talent and the Artist’s Experiment

Tuesday, April 30, 2013
xaviera cover

It is instinctive to dissect art, but the genius behind New York native Xaviera Simmons’ multifaceted masterpieces is she engages you with all the senses, absorbing you into…

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Turning Terror Into Art: Carla MacKinnon’s Nightmare

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Director Carla MacKinnon made quite an impression at the London Short Film Festival while promoting The Sleep Paralysis Project, a short film/mixed media project detailing the horrors of…

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Photographer Dima Gavrysh Remembers ‘The Forgotten War’

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Award winning documentary photographer Dima Gavrysh has dedicated the last few years to exploring a different vision of America’s War in Afghanistan. His still photos from the longest…

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Ori Gersht Is Moving Photography To The Next Level

Tuesday, September 4, 2012
New Age Photog Ori Gersht

History is often said to be a living subject. It’s a story of the past that is brought to life through its connection to the present. Artists have always taken a…

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Photog’s Wordplay is the Sign of the Times

Monday, July 16, 2012
USA ,Shannon Ebner 2003

Conceptual artist Shannon Ebner’s work is as much poetry as it is photography. The Yale University MFA graduate has made her name in art circles by producing pictures and sculptures…

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Awol Erizku’s “Old School”

Friday, May 18, 2012
"Boy Holding Grapes" 2012, Awol Erizku

With a distinctive retro style and an interest in reinventing iconic images from art history, Awol Erizku creates eye-catching photographs. The young Ethiopian-born multi-media artist grew up in…

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2012 International Exhibition of Women’s Fine Art Photography

Friday, May 11, 2012
"Either Or" from "Me Versus Me" 2011, Carly Zufelt

For over 35 years, Professional Women Photographers (PWP) has promoted the photographic work of female artists. This year’s show at the .NO Gallery exhibits images by 50 women…

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New Museum Triennial Highlights

Friday, April 20, 2012
"PrayWay" by Slavs and Tatars, with paintings by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye in the background

This year, the New Museum hosted The Ungovernables, its latest Triennial exhibition featuring over 50 young artists. The Ungovernables’ goal was to explore the visuals and ideas of…

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Pop Art Now

Friday, April 13, 2012
"Little Monster" 2011, Dafna Steinberg

Pop Art, ever since its commencement in the 1960s, has proven to be one of the most lasting movements of American art. Is it a surprise? The bright…

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