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By T. Brown

Welcome to our interview with Jean Arno, an artist and tech entrepreneur who has made a name for himself through his groundbreaking use of new technologies like the metaverse and AI in his work. We had the privilege of meeting Jean after his captivating talks at Harvard University’s Night of Ideas and at MIT’s book launch of “Soliloquies,” a thought-provoking collection of aphorisms and reflections.


By J. Forth 

The Whitney Museum has recently sold its renowned Breuer Building, located on Madison Avenue in New York's Upper East Side, to Sotheby's. The auction house, currently based on York Avenue, plans to relocate to the Breuer Building in 2025, after taking possession of the space in September 2024.

Designed by celebrated Brutalist architect Marcel Breuer and completed in 1966, the Breuer Building was initially intended as the third home for the Whitney Museum.


By R. Craig

The emergence of easily accessible AI programs capable of generating art has sparked widespread discussions about the future of the artistic landscape. These programs, using submitted prompts, can now produce original images that are nearly indistinguishable from those crafted by human hands. This raises important questions about how artificial intelligence will reshape the art world, particularly regarding the determination of both social and monetary value.



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