For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Pete Watts to share his favorite place to eat. Pete is a Brooklyn-based artist, whose work “explores humanity’s relationship with the natural world.” Continue reading for his answer.
A portrait of Angel Eyedealism, who—according to both Google and Yelp—is the top astrologer in New York City.
Directed by Colin Archdeacon
Early on the foggy Saturday morning of July 28th, 1945, a U.S. Army B-25 bomber on its way to Newark Airport crashed directly into the 79th floor of the Empire State Building. The building reopened two days later.
Last night, over 700 high-profile guests enjoyed a sneak-peek of Kara Walker’s A Subtlety, her first large-scale public project that sits inside Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory. Supported by Creative Time, attendees to the gala danced to a set by the legendary DJ Afrika Bambaataa and sipped Absolut Elyx cocktails out of tin bottles inspired by the space’s industrial past. With the goal of supporting the New York-based nonprofit, over $1.3 Million dollars was raised, ensuring a continued legacy in the arts. For those wishing to see Kara Walker’s enormous homage to the sphinx, A Subtlety goes on view to the public beginning this Friday, May 10th 2014.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
Exhibit of Abstract Art
May 07, 2014–June 21, 2014
Opening Reception: 6 – 8pm
New York, NY 10002
Walton Ford, Andy Rementer (pictured), Tim Barber, Fred Tomaselli, Mark Grotjahn, Keith Haring… the list goes on after the jump.
Peter Saul’s entry into curation is on view at Zürcher Studio through May 3rd, 2014.
This Mission School show featuring Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Alicia McCarthy, Barry McGee, and Ruby Neri is full of dream clusters and rare pieces of art. On view at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery through July 12, 2014, it’s a must see.
Select photos from 1980s New York by Steven Siegel
From a giant group show this evening featuring Downtown’s finest to Jaimie Warren’s performance at The Hole on Friday night, there are a bunch of great excuses to leave your couch this weekend.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked DMOTE to share his favorite place to eat. DMOTE is a New York-based artist from Sydney, who led the Australian graffiti scene in the early 1990s. Continue reading for his answer.
Without further ado…
Opening tonight and maintaining hours through the weekend, BEPAD is a suite event at The Lowell Hotel featuring rare books, photographs, artist interventions, and cultural artifacts from the likes of Fulton Ryder, Harper’s Books and Karma.
Wednesday, April 9: 5:00 – 10:00pm
Thursday, April 10: 12:00 – 8:00pm
Friday, April 11: 12:00 – 8:00pm
Saturday, April 12: 12:00 – 8:00pm
The Lowell Hotel
28 East 63rd Street
New York, NY 10065
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Peter Funch to share his favorite place to eat. Peter is a Danish artist based in New York who “combines perceptive social commentary with a cinematic visual language. His personal work often involves creating new scenarios, especially street scenes, from photographs he has taken on the sidewalk. While initially many of these look like real-time events or captured moments, they are in fact painstakingly constructed from numerous images taken at the same location over several days.” Continue reading for his answer.
Spring is here.
Judith Supine on the Queensboro Bridge