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It was the battle of the biennials last night on New York's art scene: the exclusive, invite-only opening reception of the Whitney Biennial vs. the populist Brucennial. Much has been made over the timing of the events. Is the Brucennial, which features artwork from over 376 artists ranging from college students to Damien Hirst, making some sort of challenge to the Whitney, a carefully tailored selection of at least 50 established artists? This writer attended both, and here's how the events and crowds compared. More»
Last night, Brucennial presented the works of many young artists, Whitney Biennial had their official opening party, Andre Saraiva spun at Le Bain to celebrate French Oscar winning film, The Artist, the New Museum on the Bowery had a leap year party, Nick Cannon DJ'd for the one year anniversary at Teqa and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the art openings.
If you're one of those lost, Leap Year souls born on February 29th, you've probably been missing out on birthday parties for years. The good news? You get to drink when you're six years old! But that's not all. According to an awful movie starring Amy Adams, Leap Day is the only acceptable time for a woman to propose to a man. And since there are now officially more single men than women in New York City, y'all are running out of excuses.
Basically, it's a holiday for attention-starved children and desperate women. I'd say that's enough reason to drink. Here's a few Leap Day parties you won't want to skip. More»
Last night, Vito Schnabel hosted a private celebration in SOHO for the BRUCENNIAL 2010. Among the partygoers were Chloe Sevigny, Terry Richardson, Rachel Hunter, Mario Batali, Stella and Julian Schnabel , Yvonne Force Villareal, Arden Wohl, Chelsea Leyland, and Casey and Vincent Fremont. Alexandra Richards deejayed, and Paul Longo, lounged. Fun was had by all. More»
Sunday, March 9
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.