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Planning for the weeks ahead? Vera Wang will sit down for a chat with Fern Mallis, Barneys New York will kick off its annual warehouse sale, and the New Museum will host its '90s Members' Party. Here are 10 upcoming parties to put on your radar.
Though Jessamyn Fiore never met the artist Gordon Matta-Clark, she, in her own words, "grew up very much in that world,"-- that world being the art scene of downtown Manhattan in the late 1960's and early 1970's. After writing her Masters thesis about the space 112 Greene Street, Fiore started to work on an exhibition and book inspired by the legendary New York artists' space. We sat down with Fiore to chat about her inspiration for the book, and her own history with 112 Greene. More»
It's September in New York, which means the art world has returned from its summer siesta, paint brush and pinot grigio (or PBR) in hand. It will be hard to walk through the city without stumbling into an opening reception, but fortunately, the LES has organized a fashionable tour of many of the neighborhood galleries. Some of our favorite happenings include Eddie Martinez at Half Gallery, Bill Saylor at the Bowery Hotel Basement Annex, and the LIC Arts Open. On this week's roundup, it's all about enjoying the shows. More»
Last night in NYC, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis pair up for the premiere of The Campaign, Jenne Lombardo partied with Kate Foley for Saturdays Surf magazine launch, the New Museum held their Summer White Party, Chris Benz celebrated Christmas in July with eBay's Holiday Collective, and so much more! Last night's parties were full of campaigns, comedians, and collectives! More»
There's some fantastic performances on this week's art scene, including a bodacious display at Leslie-Lohman Museum and a trio of sonic-visual acts at Kinematic Thursdays. Also, don't miss the book-signing with Ryan McGinley, the Guggenheim retrospective of Rineke Dijkstra, and the conclusion of Uptown Arts Stroll, Northern Manhattan’s annual arts festival. So if you can't go to the beach this weekend, make waves at one of these hot art events! More»
It's a Frieze Frenzy this week on New York's art scene -- the Randall's Island art fair boasts over 180 galleries, with a slew of accompanying parties and events. To coincide with the festivities, art fairs NADA, Pulse, and Verge will also be convening. But that's not all, folks. There's Picasso and Avedon at the Gagosian Galleries, and Courtney Love is debuting 45 dramatic drawings of her own creation. Who's the fairest of them all? Read this week's art roundup, and find out.
This week on New York's art scene, the Brooklyn Museum hosts their annual fundraiser, the Brooklyn Artists Ball, which features Honorary Chair Marisa Tomei. Also of note: Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has an exhibition at Broome Street Gallery, the Affordable Art Fair sells art to the 99%, and rare photographs of Andy Warhol are on display at site/109. Let's get this pARTy stARTed. More»
Polish those monacles, y'all. One of New York's most fashionable art galas, The Frick Collection Young Fellows Ball, is almost upon us. If you couldn't score an invite, have no fear -- there's plenty more art to gawk at in this week's art roundup, including legendary photography by Mick Rock, Exit Art's closing exhibition, a film premiere by Liz Laser Magic, and more. More»
Last night, guests enjoyed cocktails and dinner followed by an after-party at Tribeca 360 at a gala benefit to support DIA Art Foundation's exhibitions and programs. The Fall Gala marks Dia's return to Lower Manhattan where it is developing a new space for exhibitions and programs on far West 22nd Street. More»
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Last night, AOL and guests celebrated the opening of High Line Section 2 with a preview of Miami-based FriendsWithYou's Rainbow City, an interactive public art installation of vibrant air-filled sculptures presented as a part the AOL Artist program. It's open to the public today! More»
Sunday, May 26
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.