A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.
Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni
Location: Gaetano Pesce, One Of A Kind Iconic Works 1967-2015 at Allouche Gallery (03/26/2015)
Lots happening on both coasts.
Japan’s new Kit-Kat Sandwich: Kit-Kats, whipped cream, and some type of orange jelly smushed between two pieces of sweet bread.
Since January 1st, Costa Rica has gotten 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources.
Lots going on including the first day of Spring.
The signed lease for Andy Warhol’s first official studio located in an abandoned firehouse at 159 East 87th Street is up for auction at Sotheby’s next month. The worn-down document from 1962 is estimated to fetch between $8000 – $12000. Much more expensive than the $150 per month rent which Warhol paid for the 2,500 sq. ft second floor space.
San Francisco stays in the picture, while Foam brings a European eye for American Photography to Brooklyn. All this weekend.
Art was seen, names were not taken.
Turning an internet cafe stall into a place to live in Japan.
“Immediately we knew something was wrong, but it took a map of France to convince the driver to distrust the GPS.”
Belgian tourists aboard a bus headed towards a ski holiday in the French alpine resort of La Plagne ended up 500 miles away from their destination at a small village also called La Plagne, near the border of Spain. When asked about his error, the bus driver simply said “There are three entries for La Plagne in France, and I selected the wrong one.” Indeed.
For the recent People’s Climate March in London, Pentagram reduced the language on protest placards down to the most universal form of communication, the emoji.
Lots of action this week as The Armory Show opens its doors on Piers 92 & 94.
French truck driver Noël “Nono” Jamet took home first prize for the sixth year in a row for his pig impression at France’s annual agricultural fair in Paris.