Tag: art

MOSKOV Art + Fashion Collaboration for NYFW 2015

An interactive two hour Art + Fashion Performance at Longhouse Projects, featuring a collaboration between fashion line Moskov and artists Peter Gerakaris, Jonny Detiger, and Joshua Avery Webster.  LOCATION: Longhouse Projects, 285 Spring Street, NYC TIME + DATE: Monday, February 16, 6-8PM VIEW MORE ON: MOSKOV Instagram Feed Peter D. Gerakaris Instagram Feed Jonny Detiger Instagram Feed Joshua Avery Webster Instagram Feed

SNEAK PREVIEW! The Station: A Live Installation Premieres at Whitebox

On December 9th, InnerCity Projects will perform a one night only performance called The Station at Whitebox Art Center.  Led by dancer Miriam Parker and visual artist Jo Wood Brown, the multidisciplinary live installation will feature painting, video, and performance.   Please read below for an exclusive interview with Miriam Parker about the upcoming project. ### RANY: […]

FJORDS WOMEN’S EDITION: The Riveter + READart to Guest Edit 2015 Inaugural Issue

Joanna Demkiewicz, Kaylen Ralph and Heather Zises to Guest Edit Women’s Edition of Fjords October 2, 2014- Fjords Review announces guest editors Joanna Demkiewicz, Kaylen Ralph and curator Heather Zises to edit the upcoming Women’s Edition of Fjords to premiere on Fjords new app editions in Fall 2015. Demkiewicz and Ralph, founding editors of The Riveter, will select poetry, short […]

UPCOMING OPENINGS: Central Booking, Lehmann Maupin & Paul Kasmin

With Labor Day swiftly approaching, New Yorkers are savoring final moments at beaches in the Far Rockaways and The Hamptons before their social calendars become flooded with a plethora of events in the concrete jungle. For the NYC art world, the month of September is traditionally stippled with multiple gallery openings and premieres–and this year is no exception. In just a few […]

The Manhattan Project: On the Street with Gail Quagliata

Gail Victoria Braddock Quagliata has been taking photography in stride. Literally.  Since December 2012, the Brooklyn-based artist has been tirelessly canvassing the corridors of Gotham on foot, in order to photograph every bodega in the City. Quagliata’s project, aptly titled “Every Bodega in Manhattan” is a conceptual documentary project whose mission is to preserve the […]

Spencer Tunick: European Installations Book Signing at Dashwood Books June 27th, 2013 6-8pm

Congratulations to Spencer Tunick for a successful book signing last evening at Dashwood Books! Thanks to everyone that stopped by, including Sugar Vendil, founder of The Nouveau Classical Project!   Spencer Tunick: European Installations Book Signing at Dashwood Books June 27th, 2013 6-8pm I’m excited to promote American photographer Spencer Tunick‘s first public book signing in […]

Rockefeller Shank: Ugo Rondinone

Right about now, the funk is so…other?  It would seem art and culture are undergoing a retro wave, from disco infused beats in Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories, to the bold neons that are punctuating clothing and nail art, to the Stonehenge-like structures by Ugo Rondinone that have landed in Rockefeller Plaza this summer.  Courtesy of Public […]

Frieze Week NY 2013

Frieze Week descended upon New York City last week and left thousands of shiny, colorful bits of confetti in its wake. My overall impression: The art was so bright, I had to wear shades. Below are some highlights… Frieze, Randall’s Island NY As one would hope and expect, Frieze excelled as an artfair in hyperbolic form. […]

Dear Boston, Love Brooklyn

As the bitter news of Monday’s explosions during the Boston Marathon descended upon the world, I grew increasingly sad and wistful.  Having grown up in a suburb right outside of Boston, this attack felt personal.  For as long as I can remember, my family and I would gather each year with friends on Heartbreak Hill to cheer on marathon […]

Composed Cocktails Concert & Party: The Nouveau Classical Project, April 12, 2013 at 8pm

Composed Cocktails Concert & Party: The Nouveau Classical Project, April 12, 2013 at 8pm It’s been an exciting month so far for my dear friend Sugar Vendil! The talented pianist and Artistic Director of The Nouveau Classical Project was just featured in the New York Times Style Section and will be performing a concert entitled Composed […]