IITC, or Inspiration In the Cut, is an art collaborative made up of several women artists from the Bronx. Demi Vera, Sunny Vazquez, Krystal Pinto and Aniysa Alexander come together every couple of months to produce original and eclectic art shows.
Brace yourself avid art lovers, even though 2014 is approaching its end, the arrival of the New Year is already promising original and exciting exhibitions throughout the city. These shows will range from photography, video, audio, and even bamboo sticks. However, before you begin marking up your calendars, let us revisit some of the best exhibits of 2014 for nostalgia’s sake. Disclaimer: This list will not discriminate between mainstream and underground events, hipsters beware!
With that being said, here are the editor’s top 5 picks for 2014:
Radiant Light – Stained Glass from Canterbury Cathedral
Feb 25–May 18 2014
This stunning exhibit showed a collection of stained glass from England’s famous Canterbury Cathedral. The art dated as far back as 1178. This display marked the first time that the six Romanesque windows were taken anywhere outside of the cathedral.
- Animal New York provides a behind-the-scenes exclusive on “Project Robots” new art show in Bushwick, Brooklyn [Animal New York]
- 12ozProphet reveals new winter hat designs by Lower East Side streetwear brand, ONLY NY [12ozProphet]
- Frank 151 introduces Stikstok, their newest art contributor from Stockholm who is notable for drawing classic mob movie scenes using only pen and paper [Frank 151]
- Pop International Gallery announces Andy Warhol exhibit to be on display until January 10th, 2015 [Pop International]
- Art F City allows clients to pre-order prints and calender from their own “Nude Artists as Pandas” collection [Art F City]
Adrian Lee Bermeo, 24, is an emerging young artist from the Jackson Heights neighborhood in Queens. He began to immerse himself in the arts at the tender age of 3, stating that his first pieces of works were drawings of characters such as Tom and Jerry.
After being heavily influenced by Hip Hop, jazz, and funk, he began to showcase his art through various mediums. One of these mediums is apparel design. Presently, Bermeo is the sole owner, creator, and main artist of his clothing company, SnipCiti. Starting in February as an idea, by April it was an official trademark.
Displayed below are a few of his designs, which he says is inspired by his own New-York based photography.