Art week in Miami kicked off luxuriously for us last night at the opening of The Hole’s Fresh Basel at Villa Vecchia. Consisting of an extensive contemporary art installation, live art making, and performances at the historic waterfront villa, Fresh Basel is, well, fresh.
This past Monday, guests from the fashion and art worlds came together to honor artist Dan Colen at The 12th Annual RxArt Party for his installation at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY. Partygoers were treated to both a silent and live auction benefitting RxArt, as well as live music performance by the super cute Kilo Kesh. Christos Katsiaouni was there for the photographs.
Last night saw the opening of Todd James and Alexis Ross’ new show Beyond Elegance. Christos Katsiaouni was on hand to photograph the casual mix of rad people from the art, graffiti, music, and fashion worlds. Presented by PM Tenore and Andy Valmorbida, the exhibition is on view at 560 Washington Street, New York City and until November 30th.
This past Saturday night, a large survey of work by Matta, Rammellzee, Futura, and Phase 2 opened in the Meatpacking District. Curated by Nemo Librizzi and Joseph Nahmad, the dramatically lit Deep Space presented massive canvases connecting the 1970s work of Chilean artist Matta with that of the art created by New York City subway writers in the 1980s. A lively crowd filled the open space, accompanied by the cool jazzy tunes that acted as the center of energy for the show.
One of our favorite parties in New York is coming back October 30th. Hosted by Fernando Lions, Jeremiah Mandel and Maxx Starr, there’ll be music freely crossing the spectrum of synth, pop, alt, death rock, industrial, new wave, classic goth and more.
From the street to the sidewalk to the storefront, a corner of the Lower East Side was mobbed last night for the opening of Jay Miriam, Jeanette Hayes, and Jemima Kirke’s group show “Hearsay” at Half Gallery. Inside the gallery, the ladies presented new paintings that were strong enough to balance the beauty that surrounded them.
Last night in SoHo there were more people lined up for a party at the adidas store than there were for the iPhone 5. What brought the crowd out was Ben Solomon and Nick Atkins’ curated show HERE WE GO AGAIN: A Visual History of the Past 3 Decades of New York City, an exhibition featuring works by Clayton Patterson, Elsa Rensaa, Bijoux Altamirano, Arab Parrot, Moredechai Rubenstein and many other New York artists. The crowd moved to the Stretch Armstrong provided music, the party flowed into the night as Christos Katsiaouni captured it all digitally.
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