Round Trip NY is a blog about Spanish art in New York that contains interviews with artists, curators, art managers, critics and other professionals devoted to the arts, whose work is in some manner related to New York City.
We are quite well settled in the twenty-first century. We have substituted almost entirely the former analog technology with its digital successor in this new era based on binary codes and pixels. We find a phenomenon, however, that continues to be present nowadays, in spite of the socio-cultural transformations that have taken place in the last years. This phenomenon is foreign-artist emigration.
Why are artists and other art professionals still choosing NY as one of their main destinations? In contrast with reasons for emigrating in the past- political, economic, etc. - nowadays, the causes of this migratory movement are much more diffuse and imprecise.
What is the role of Spanish culture in NY nowadays? Where is it going? How is this situation affecting the creation and administration fields in the present, and what repercussions will it have in the future?