AMM Charity Spotlight: Tony Bennett's Exploring the Arts

Tony Bennett and AMM Reiss

"When the uncreative tell the creative what to do, it stops being art." Tony Bennett

In 2001, Iconic singer, painter, and philanthropist, Tony Bennett, and his wife Susan Benedetto, founded The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts high school, which they fund through their non-profit organization, Exploring the Arts. You can learn more and become involved at


AMM Spotlight: Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation

Samuel Waxman recieves Ellis Island Medals Of Honor

On July 13, 2019, hundreds of guests will be flocking to 15th Annual Hamptons Happening event to benefit the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF).

They have provided more than $100 million in funding to researchers in the U.S., Canada, Israel, and China. On the heels of its discovery of a cure for a form of leukemia, the SWCRF-funded research has led to numerous clinical trials and targeted treatments for cancer.


AMM Artist Feature: Lori Hyland


“My work becomes a matter of discovery and investigation; creation as well as destruction with every moment new forms taking place.” Lori Hyland

Hyland is inspired by her natural surroundings, internalizing all energy and light sources to arouse her artistic expression. This process is clearly echoed in her paintings, which exude a fundamentally abstract reflection of color.


AMM: Blockchains, fractionalization ownership and the future of art with Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel

Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel

"For artists and collec­tors blockchain tech­nology can provide a secure, robust and transparent platform for prove and verifi­cation of the provenance and owner­ship of the artworks, without the need for a trusted intermediary." Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel

Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel is Dean of the Digital Engineering Faculty of the Potsdam University and Director and CEO of the Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering.


ATELIER OMIROS Glimpsing Heaven, Less Than an Hour from Manhattan in Bedford, NY.

OMIROS The Last Judgment

While the treasures in Rome might be beyond reach for a simple excursion to go and see God in Raphael’s Transfiguration, Atelier Omiros presents glimpses of God, the Divine and more, that are easily accessible and well worth the day trip.

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AMM Spotlight: Anita Durst

“For the past 24 years, it has given me much joy to help over 20,000 artists fulfill their dreams.” Anita Durst

With more than 150 subsidized studio spaces in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Manhattan, and New Jersey, forty exhibition spaces, and last year nine million dollars in space grants to artists, the impact Durst and Chashama have on emerging and mid-career artists is immeasurable.


AMM Critical review: Qiheng Liu, Recoding reality

"Purity and precision are evident in the paintings of the artist Qiheng Liu. He is a visionary and a superb technician. The clarity of his style in his latest series of paintings displays the influence of the portraiture of Hans Holbein the Younger." Stephen DiLauro


AMM Feature: Omiros, a Great Master Unveiled and Discovered

Atelier Omiros, Bedford New York

"I remember thinking, ‘This art is different, it’s intense and it’s magnificent!’ I was told that Omiros made the paintings." Lawrence Benenson

On a crisp December 15th, 2018 evening, just forty miles from Manhattan, in Bedford New York, many received an early holiday gift. A great master was unveiled and discovered. Atelier Omiros introduced the Atelier as the home of the artist that was known as Omiros.


AMM Philanthropy Innovation Spotlight: United Way

United Way CEO Brian Gallagher and AMM Reiss

"United Way is opening their arms to the future of philanthropy." Brian Gallagher.

The first-ever global platform that connects employees, customers and partners with the causes they care about the most. Philanthropy Cloud will not only make giving accessible, easier and more effective—it will change the face of philanthropy as we know and understand it.



Charity spotlight: JBJ Soul Kitchen

Bon Jovi and AMM Reiss

“Our mission has always been to affect positive change and address the issues of hunger and homelessness," Jon Bon Jovi.

There are two locations of Jon Bon Jovi and his wife Dorothea's volunteer-run Soul Kitchen in New Jersey. They wanted to create a community where diners pay if they can. Unlike a standard soup kitchen, diners of all socioeconomic backgrounds sit together at communal tables, as the restaurant serves both paying customers and those in need.

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