Megan Youngblood

Megan Youngblood

Megan, like most New York-residents, has a lot of slashes in her description. It looks a little something like writer/photographer/student/waitress/nerd/superhero. Megan was born in California, and has not passed the admissions bar (8-10 years?) to officially be dubbed a "New Yorker," but looks forward to the day. Three of her favorite things in the world are coffee, tequila, and libraries.

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http://www.megustayoungblood.com

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Recap: ‘Slap: Adhesives and Egos’ at Con Artist NYC

Posted April 3, 2013 at 12:10 pm

If there is a symbol for the modern-day Lower East Side/East Village neighborhoods, it should, without a doubt, be the index card-sized “Hello, My Name Is” stickers. From the bathrooms at your local bar to the mailboxes to the side of your apartment to your trash cans: nothing is safe from these small self-indicators. One […]

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Recap: Walter Robinson’s ‘Indulgences’ at Dorian Grey Gallery

Posted March 7, 2013 at 11:51 am

Robinson very clearly shares many visual elements with his New York Pop-Art predecessor/contemporaries such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.

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My Brain is Melting: Gathering of the Tribes’ Brain Melt

Posted July 16, 2012 at 11:22 am

Penises seem to be penetrating New York City’s art scene. Seriously. The Brooklyn Museum had a pretty serious display of penises incorporated into the Keith Haring retrospective.

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Recap: Street Artists Unite! at Dorian Grey Gallery

Last modified July 2, 2012 at 11:49 am

In my 8th grade political science class, I remember a humorous introductory lesson about the different types of government. A comic strip defined each political system by the way in which two people use a car.

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Nostalgic New York – 93 Til Infinity at Tribes

Last modified July 1, 2012 at 10:17 am

On 3rd Street between Avenue C and D (once referred to as being between “crime” and “death”), A Gathering of the Tribes’ exhibit “93 til Infinity” catapulted its viewers back into the early 90s.

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Recap: (Re)Print Street Art Exhibit at Hendershot Gallery

Last modified July 1, 2012 at 10:17 am

There is a misconception floating around in pop-culture that I wholeheartedly blame on hipsters. The misconception is as follows: all that is popular, critically-acclaimed, or trendy is horrible in quality.

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Recap: Skullphone “XOS/SOX” Exhibit at Fuse Gallery

Last modified July 1, 2012 at 10:17 am

Everyone always needs new socks. They get holes in them, stretch out to where they are no longer comfortable, or the dryer transports them to that other dimension where all the matching socks go.

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