Rebecca Parker

Freelance Writer

Location icon United States of America

Rebecca is a native New Yorker with a passion for art, culture and Interior Design. After earning her BA in Communications and Journalism from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., she landed back in New York where she currently resides.

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Andy Moses Psychedelic Landscapes Debut at Art Aspen

Art Aspen's celebrated their 9th year of their annual fair from July 27th-July 29th. The show took place at the Aspen Ice Garden, in the Ajax Mountain. The works were selected by tastemakers such as designer Suzanne Lovell, collector and chair of Young Arts Miami Sarah Arison, and writer, educator and critic James Yood.

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Samsung Unveils Its New Art Installation With Photographer Carlos Serrao

Last week Samsung celebrated the launch of their newest exhibit Hu: Spectrum of Being. Samsung partnered with photographer Carlos Serrao to bring this interactive installation to life at the Samsung 837 space in New York's Meatpacking District. This particularly approachable venue serves as a digital and cultural playground where guests interact with Samsung product alongside experience based art.

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Art Frankly, The New Jobs Platform for the Arts Professional Network

Whether you are looking for a summer internship at a Chelsea gallery or an artist residence across the globe, Art Frankly is your destination. An online jobs and recruitment platform for the arts community, where you can build and engage with the art world. The platform is designed to serve artists, curators, gallerists, students, writers ...

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MIT Grad Turns Air Pollution Into Useable Paint For The Art World

The latest innovation of turning trash into treasure has been spotted in Hong Kong's Sheung Wan District...on the city's walls. Air-Ink, an oil-based pigment created from air pollutants into a useable paint, was given to nine artists to paint murals in the city.

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6 Anticipated Short Art Films At Tribeca Film Festival - Art Report

Since its inception in 2002, The Tribeca Film Festival has given New Yorkers a specific time of year to celebrate film. Today we have a variety of films participating in the festival and quite a few shorts that focus on our favorite subject... contemporary art!

Brittany Bromley Interiors
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We Who Spin Around You At The High Line

Eduardo Navarro's We Who Spin Around You is on view at the High Line Rail Yards located at 32nd Street and 12th Avenue from Tuesday July 19 th to Thursday July 21 st. Each evening from 6:30 to 8:30pm Navarro's performances will begin on the half hour.

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