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Preparing for the weeks ahead? Admire the beauty of film and art with Karl Lagerfeld at the Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit, celebrate the grand opening of the High Line Hotel, dance the night away at the Guggenheim International Gala, and add to your art collection at the Children's Museum of the Arts Art Auction. Here are 10 upcoming events to get on your radar.
Forget the classics, this week the art world is all about the innovators (even those around in the 1920s—looking at you, Magritte). Dare to face your greatest fears at the apocalyptic exhibition X by Bjørn Melhus or discover the hidden meanings within Doug Argue's warped, watercolor word searches. If you're really "DFW" (Down For Whatever), click through for all the colorful critiques and new techniques you need to check out this week.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" may sound like a bad daytime drama, but it's actually a perfect description of the art featured in this week's round up. From an outlandish painted piano and the primordial themes of ancient mythology, to the innovative ventures of Renzo Piano, we take a look at everything happening in the city's art scene. Oh, and make sure to keep an eye out for some living, breathing, (and completely bare) canvases—they could be coming to a street near you! More»
Consumerism and the sins of a society force-fed excess are criticized by many of the works in this week's art round up. Video artist Garson Yu debuts his interactive installation at the Marina at Pier 57, Claes Oldenburg's tongue-in-cheek pieces are presented at MoMA, and Amy Yao addresses the social-climbing idleness of summer. Check out the upcoming art events you need to know about!
Over the weekend in NYC, Leonardo DiCaprio, Owen Wilson, and others made their way to Greenwich for The Brant Foundation Art Study Center Preview, James Franco joined Maggie Gyllenhaal for dinner at the MoMA to celebrate the opening of Expo 1: New York, Tiesto helped launch the Visionaire 63 FOREVER issue with G-Shock at The Clocktower, and so much more!
New York, I love you, even though you bring me down and/or freak me out sometimes. While having romantic relations with a city is generally not advised, I think even the most fervent human-on-city naysayer makes an exception for the dashing, chiseled skyline of the Gotham metropolis. After leaving this 20th century Gentleman 18 months ago for a more rugged, nitty gritty European “Bad Boy” (also prone to never sleeping) by the name of “Berlin,” I finally returned to New York this Spring to see if I still have feelings for my old flame. More>>
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