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Last night in NYC, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld hosted a private champagne reception for the two-artist exhibition Ashley Bickerton & Nicolas Pol, Zoe Kravitz shared an intimate dinner with mom Lisa Bonet, boyfriend Penn Badgley, Alexander Wang and other friends for the launch of her new jewelry collection with Swarovski Crystallized, Estelle, Alexa Chung, and Chelsea Leyland stepped out for "The Big British Invite” opening soiree, Isabel & Ruben Toledo were honored at DIFFA's Dining by Design Gala, and 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»
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»
Last night in NYC, Adrien Brody and Alexandra Richards attended the launch party for Ducati and Diesel, Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, and Emma Stone were among the many stars at the opening night of "Death of a Salesman," Tyra Banks rocked the red carpet in a slimming black dress at the 4th annual Blossom Ball, Christina Ricci hosted a dinner for the Maiyet launch at Barneys, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about rocking out in style. More»
The dust has finally cleared from Armory Week, and New York's art scene has quieted to a dull roar. But though these mega art fairs have passed, there are still a lot of great openings to check out this week, including paintings by David Lynch, a performance by The Freaky Boiz at MoMA PS1, Love (Sex) & Paint, provocative portraiture of Daniel Radcliffe, and more. Grab a forty and a rental of Mulholland Drive- here's this week's art selection. More»
Love is in the Molière in this week's Art Roundup, which includes some love letters from nightlife "Baron" André Saraiva, music and fortune telling at Grey Area, a scandalous "exhibition" from Juergen Teller, and some portraits of tender "Animal Love" at Kraine Gallery. Grab a date, and let's get started! More»
Nearly 1,000 young art aficionados descended on the Lower East Side and Bowery last Saturday for ARTLOG's 5th Annual Art Crawl, more than doubling the artful start-up's expected attendance. (Was that because you read our last Art Roundup, GofG readers?) More»
CBGB may be closed, but its rebel spirit lives on in this week's Art Roundup, which includes some rockin' photography by Bruno Hadjadj, a Brooklyn-based banquet, an animal shelter at PS1, and Artlog's 5th Annual Lower East Side Art Crawl, where you can booze and cruise 13 LES galleries this Saturday. So grab a Grolsch, and let's start the tour! More»
Saturday, May 25
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.