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An overcast rainy evening might be the worst possible setting for a Hamptons benefit, but the annual Watermill Center benefit isn't your average event. Quite literally a celebration of all forms of art, the event drew a crowd of the art elite, ladies who dot the pages of vogue and any other creative soul with a desire to mingle with the best, and the rain did nothing to dampen the spirits of anyone on Saturday evening. More»
Over the weekend in NYC, Natalie Portman and Jane Goodall attended the screening of Chimpanzee, Adrian Grenier and Aziz Ansari celebrated Piera Gelardi and Roanne Adams' birthday at The Wooly, Brooke Shields brought her daughters to the opening night of Peter the Starcatcher, and more. Last night's parties were all about the screenings! More»
This week on New York's art scene, two major art institutions are holding their Spring fundraisers: the New Museum 35th Anniversary Spring Gala, and the NY Academy of Art's Tribeca Ball. Also of note: Mayson Gallery exhibits photography by Annie Leibovitz to support foster kids, agnes b. showcases Malick Sidibé, and "Bad Girls" show off their goods in a Brooklyn gallery. It's all about charity this week, so grab your checkbooks, and let's get started. More»
In this week's NYC art roundup, the AIPAD Photography Show moves into the Park Avenue Armory, MCNY celebrates the Winter Thaw gala, E.V. Day and Kembra Pfahler recreate Monet classics, Lu Magnus celebrates American royalty, and more. More»
Art Basel Miami Beach, one of the world's most prestigious art shows, is almost here (December 1-4). But no one said you had to be an art fanatic to head down south this week. Besides the amazing warm weather, the art festival is known for its array of special exhibitions, artistic crossovers and collaborations, and of course...the parties. Here's our guide to the week of sun, fun and celebrations. More»
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Basel came and went in a flurry of art, sunshine, and of course, parties. Playboy did what it does best and celebrated the female figure, Paper Magazine brunched while Interview and LVMH held a dinner. Meanwhile, I/D enjoyed the view of the bay from the Mondrian. Take a look below at pictures! More»
Friday, May 24
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.