Art Shows This Weekend


A quick flyer party

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Sirens of the Lambs


Artist Eats

Ongoing global restaurant recommendations from some of our favorite artists.

David Choe in Las Vegas

DABS MYLA in Melbourne

RISK in New Orleans

HUSKMITNAVN in Copenhagen

POSE in Chicago

Suzannah Sinclair in Maine

Mel Kadel in Tulum

Caleb Neelon in Massachusetts

KC Ortiz in Bangkok


Kime Buzzelli

Natalia Fabia

Seonna Hong

Shane Jessup

Justin Krietmeyer

Bill McRight

Mark Mulroney

Saelee Oh

Estevan Oriol

Justin Van Hoy


Nina Chanel Abney

Claw Money

Mr. Kiji

Curtis Kulig

Kimou Meyer (GROTESK)

Baron Von Fancy


Chris Yormick



Richard Colman

Andrew Schoultz


Art Tonight in New York


There’s a great group show curated by Jessica Hodin at the Bleecker Street Arts ClubPhillips hosts their First Digital Art Auction (in partnership with Tumblr), Banksy has a truck rolling around, and Suzanne McClelland is at Team Gallery.

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Spot Jockin’


Why is Banksy’s work in NYC getting dissed?

Dirty Old New York aka Fun City

Part III & IV from Jonathan Hertzberg

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Man in a Cube

“Dave is a creative writer who lives inside the iconic Astor Place Cube in New York City.”

Zoe Strauss: 10 Years


Zoe Strauss’s mid-career retrospective at the International Center of Photography opens today and runs through January 19th, 2014.

Artist Eats: Baron Von Fancy


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Baron Von Fancy to share his favorite place to eat. Baron is a New York-based artist who recontextualizes vintage supermarket signs to display his own poignant phrases.

Continue reading for his answer.

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Lunchtime Laughter

Johnny T’s NYC Tourist Tips



Banksy’s New York run continues

Better Out Than In


Banksy’s “artist residency” on the streets of New York

“All pictures painted inside, in the studio, will never be as good as those done outside.” – Paul Cezanne

Installation View: David Ellis – Hudson River Alley

On view at Joshua Liner Gallery through October 19th.

The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club


Bringing a retirement home staple to Gowanus

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Grand Street, Williamsburg’s Mason-Dixon Line


Neighborhood identity in New York

The Future Is Now


NY State Highways now have “Texting Zones.”




Ray’s Pizza and its Mob History

Weekend Watching: Kids (1995)

A film by Larry Clark

Installation View: Brian Adam Douglas – How to Disappear Completely

Elbow Toe kills it in his new solo show at Andrew Edlin Gallery. On view through October 26th.

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