About Margarita Korol

Margarita Korol is Jewcy's art director. She is also art director at Vol. 1 Brooklyn and contributing editor at Los Angeles' printed art magazine Bluecanvas. She also manages social media for Random House/ Schocken partner Nextbook and Bambi Shlomovich. Her upcoming exhibit at the group ArtOnBrighton show at the New York Aquarium on Brighton Beach will feature her propaganda on October 1 and 2. See what she's up to at margaritakorol.com @urbanpopartist | www.margaritakorol.com

Jewcy Art: Living In The Now With Elanit Kayne

By March 25, 2011

Over the past couple of years, curated artist Elanit Kayne has been writing her book, The Bucket and The Stone, about spiritual research and artistic survival in New York City post-Katrina that explains the influences of Kaballa and mysticism in her work. We especially … Read More

Show, Don’t Tell: Social Commentary by Way of Multimedia

Show, Don’t Tell: Social Commentary by Way of Multimedia
By March 24, 2011

Another artist toiling forever as art teacher with a mature body of thirty years work in her fifth floor walk-up makes us think twice about what it means to be a kid.
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Jewcy Art: Maya Escobar

Jewcy Art: Maya Escobar
By February 24, 2011

Catching up with Anti-Feminist Feminist Jewish Latina artist, Maya Escobar. Read More

Jewcy Art: Rahm With Pancakes, Lox, And Bagels On His Head

Jewcy Art: Rahm With Pancakes, Lox, And Bagels On His Head
By February 22, 2011

Forget Mary toast, say hello to Dan Lacey’s Rahm paintings. Read More

I Love Crown Heights: How A Chabadnik Became the Neighborhood’s Maven of Literature

I Love Crown Heights: How A Chabadnik Became the Neighborhood’s Maven of Literature
By February 14, 2011

Penina Roth’s Franklin Park Monthly Reading Series is putting Crown Heights on the literary map. Read More

Carnegie Zhlubbo: Lenny Bruce Shows Up In Brooklyn

Carnegie Zhlubbo: Lenny Bruce Shows Up In Brooklyn
By February 7, 2011

Steve Cuiffo brings Lenny Bruce back to life in a one man show. Read More

Unclear Origins: Swiss Investigate Museum Collections for Nazi Looted Art

Unclear Origins: Swiss Investigate Museum Collections for Nazi Looted Art
By January 25, 2011

What is to become of paintings with such shady origins as those in Swiss museums suspected of being products of Nazi looting? Revisiting the landmark case involving a Klimt of similar provenance that became the most expensive painting ever sold may shed some light. Read More

Jewcy Top 10 Art Books of 2010

Jewcy Top 10 Art Books of 2010
By December 29, 2010

Our resident art nerd discusses the best art books of the past year. Read More