Tonight out in BK.
561 Clinton St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Chris Yormick to share his favorite place to eat. Chris is a New York-based artist who works with mixed media and is inspired by his background in skateboarding, graffiti and hardcore music. Continue reading for his answer.
If you have read our Fall Preview, you already know what’s up. For those who haven’t, here’s what’s happening tonight.
They cruise the city in chauffeured cars, blasting rap, selling pot to classmates. How some of New York’s richest kids joined forces with some of its poorest.
Upcoming and noteworthy films, albums, and September art shows in New York.
It’s culture season in New York and while we’ll be covering upcoming shows in our Fall Preview, here is a taste of what’s happening tonight. For those out West, Sandy Kim is at Ever Gold and Dave Kinsey is at FFDG.
The new record time for the “Fastest Lap Around Manhattan.” (watch after the jump)
In 2011, Chris Pape, aka FREEDOM revisited the tunnel for this short documentary.
The Wild Style 30th Anniversary Reunion & Screening at the original Amphitheater at East River Park at the FDR Drive entrance at Cherry Street.
This morning I woke up with a bad case of SMS. Short for ‘Social Media Shame,’ SMS is essentially a feeling one gets the day after overzealously posting words or images to their preferred social network to the point of annoyance for anyone who’s following. We’ve all been there in some degree or other. And while most would just delete their missteps, I have some weird internet integrity that makes me deal with my social faux pas out in the open. I could blame MTV for the misfortune of others, since it was they who decided to surround my apartment building in red carpet for their Video Music Awards. I could blame Vikingfjord Vodka, whose alcohol took to me like tequila takes to normal people. I could blame Apple, since they made the device that enabled me to babble in the captions that accompanied the pictures I took. I could also blame the small number retweets and comments I received that only added jet fuel to this alcoholic fire. But in the end I’ll blame myself. Because honestly, I got drunk and talked shit on the internet and out my window, and really enjoyed it. Hell, even Katy Perry locked eyes and laughed at me. So to those who were following along last night, sorry for being an instagram pest, it probably won’t happen again.
Carlo McCormick and Eric Firestone curate this fun show opening out on Long Island tonight (8/17) that’s about art “exploring, employing and imploring our favorite national pastime, baseball.”
Featuring: Daniel Arsham, Slater Bradley, William Coupon, Carlton DeWoody, Sebastian Errazuriz, Elissa Goldstone, Susan Grayson, Jeanette Hayes, Neil Jenney, Deborah Kass, Hiro Kurata, Eva LeWitt, Justin Lowe & Jonah Freeman, Andrea Mary Marshall, Mint & Serf, Guy Overfelt, Raymond Pettibon, Garrett Pruter, Kathy Rudin, Tom Sanford, Shelter Serra, Randy Slack, Jim Thompson, JJ Veronis, Nari Ward, Eric White, Wendy White, Rob Wynne, and Dustin Yellin
The Dudes & Dudettes Sidewalk Sale, out in front of Kinfolk.