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If you google mapped Keszler Gallery on your way to the Banksy Opening on Saturday night, you may have ended up strolling the streets of Southampton's downtown without ever finding the venue. This particular exhibit was not shown in your typical white-walled gallery, but rather the original Banksy works were taken from locations in Los Angeles, London, Bethlehem and Brighton were displayed in the grungy Southampton Village Power Plant on North Sea Road. It was a rare alternative mixer in the Hamptons as a big crowd of hipsters and yuppies showed up to consider the original works of the politically active graffiti artist, Banksy. More»
News about Amy Winehouse's early death over the weekend hit most of her fans like a ton of rocks. Its heartbreaking that she has left us so soon but it was inevitable. The world is still mourning the death of the talented star. We take a look back at some of her most memorable performances. More»
Coco Sumner shows traces of her father Sting's offbeat charm and musical talents. She's been touring under the name I Blame Coco and has modeled for Burberry in a memorable shoot with Agyness Denn. She's captured the interest of not only the indie music scene but the fashion world with her slouchy, andro-rocker style. More»
Going to a birthday party? What goes better with cake than ice cream? Years of tradition tell us nothing, but there is a way to up the standard and bring this reliable combo to new heights of flavor and symbolism: human breast milk ice cream. More»
With the end of one fashion week, begins the next! London Fashion Week is in full swing (with a bit of a New York hangover), and it's clear the English know style. Also, Net-a-porter launched its handsome Mr. Porter, Burberry made it snow, Topshop goes canine crazy, Brad Goreski designs toothbrushes and so much more. More»
Artist Edward Fornieles sought to tap the craziness of an American C-O-L-L-E-G-E party as fuel for art; the piece, aptly called Animal House, brought 120 people, assigned character descriptions and revelry tasks through Facebook, to London Fields to enact the fiesta. Cue the debauchery. More»
Last night we went to Cherie Blair's suite on the 34th floor of the Essex House. As she sipped an early evening spot of tea and lounged on the couch, the wife of former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair talked about her humanitarian efforts, her husband's Blackberry addiction, and misguided portrayals of herself in pop-culture. More»
Americans know Europeans are cooler and more sophisticated than them. They smoke. They sunbathe nude. They scarf down Nutella for breakfast but stay thin (because they smoke). But one Euro habit that Yanks and New Yorkers scoff at rather than emulate is clubbing. Will Sankeys and District 36, two "club clubs" coming to NYC this fall, change that? 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.