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Last Wednesday, poet and artist Scott Zieher presented his newest work, "Concrete Poet," at the Charles Bank Gallery. Guests walked around and took in Zieher's collages, which consist of pieces of paper he found throughout New York. Notable attendees included Garrett Pruter, who currently has his "Interiors" show on display at Charles Bank, and Ryan Russo, who presented an exhibit during Armory Week. More»
Throughout Armory Week, we made the rounds and attended a number of art openings in NYC. In addition to the art fairs like Volta, Fountain, and Scope, we made an effort to get out and see as many galleries as possible. We've rounded up some of our favorite exhibits from Armory Week, so click through and make sure to visit these galleries. More»
Last night in NYC, Adrian Grenier, Shaun White, and Theophilus London came out for the 'Wall to Wall: The Fusion Collective' launch, Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, and Justin Long joined the leading ladies of "For a Good Time, Call..." for their NY screening, gold medalists Bob and Mike Bryan served Heineken to guests at the PH-D Dream Downtown, and so much more! More»
Last night in NYC, Cindy Sherman and Kim Cattrall stepped out for the MoMA PS1 Gala Benefit, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Kate Mara kicked off summer at Coach's party on the High Line, Paloma Faith had her first performance in the states at Le Baron, Richard Chai presented his custom gown with Effen vodka at the Electric Room, and so much more! Last night's parties were full of glamor. More»
On Friday, Ryan McGinness held the opening reception for his exhibit, Women: Blacklight Paintings and Sculptures. The exhibition was creatively broken up into two parts: Uptown, Gering & Lopez Gallery will be showing McGiness' sketches and drawings, and Downtown, the Charles Bank Gallery will be showing the finished fluorescent black-light paintings and sculptures. The exhibit will continue until the end of June. More»
Over the weekend in NYC, Chelsea Handler took Andre Balazs to the Creative Time Spring Gala, Karlie Kloss celebrated the opening of five solo exhibitions at the New Museum, Gwyneth Paltrow and Diane Kruger helped launch Lifetime's new show "The Conversation," Jenna Lyons and Jason Wu attended NET-A-PORTER.com's Frieze New York party at Hotel Americano, and more! Last night's parties were all about celebrating the arts. More»
Last night, South African Artist, Conor McCreedy celebrated his exhibition opening of "African Ocean" at the Charles Bank Gallery with friends and fellow art enthusiasts. McCreedy's blue-soaked work includes photography, paintings, and film. More»
Last night in NYC, Tinsley Mortimer and Hannah Bronfman attended the annual Young Fellows Ball at The Frick Museum, Theophilus London DJ'd for Stylecaster's "50 Most Stylish New Yorkers," Victor Cruz and Katharine McPhee go to the Park Avenue Armory to see Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak exhibition, Mick Rock has his opening reception for The Legend Series, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the spring attire! More»
Friday night, guests gathered at the Charles Bank Gallery for the closing reception of "Vanity Disorder and Mixed Signals." The exhibition by Icelandic artist, Shoplifter, was comprised of sculptures and wall installations made from synthetic and actual human hair. More»
Over the weekend in NYC, Diane von Furstenberg hosted the third annual DVF Awards at the United Nations Plaza, Kelly Ripa and Anderson Cooper hosted the "Bully" Screening, Jay Z and Beyonce celebrated Robin Thicke's 35th birthday at Catch, Tom Hank's son, Chet Haze, performed at W.I.P and Greenhouse, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about star studded gatherings. More»
Last Friday, Hrafnhildur Arnardottir aka Shoplifter opened her exhibition "Vanity Disorder" at the Charles Bank Gallery. The Icelandic artist, who frequently works with Björk, has been working with hair as her predominant material for some time now. More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.