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    Kenny Scharf’s Sunshine

    Friday, July 31, 2015

    A ray of sunshine amidst the sadness that can be at a hospital for kids, is Kenny Scharf’s smiling flowers and butterflies. Painted across a sprawling rotunda in 2011, Scharf’s […]

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    Get your signed copy of The Art of Cardboard- by Lori Zimmer

    Thursday, July 30, 2015

    Now you can grab a copy of your new favorite book, The Art of Cardboard: Big Ideas for Creativity, Collaboration, Storytelling and Reuse, signed by me! Head over to my new webstore for […]

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    José Parlá at The Standard High Line

    Thursday, July 30, 2015

    Opening tonight, the plaza at The Standard High Line will be the temporary home to three new sculptures by José Parlá. Called “Segmented Realities,” the sculptures are viewable from the […]

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    The Palladium

    Thursday, July 30, 2015

    Another take over by NYU (who are slowly owning this whole city), was New York’s most famous nightclub, The Palladium. The one time concert hall was built in 1927 and […]

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    Williamsburg

    Wednesday, July 29, 2015

    LitNerd Wednesday! Henry Miller hated New York. A lot. So much so that he trashed the city every chance he got until his dying days (more on that below). His childhood […]

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    The Rebirth of the Rizzoli Bookstore

    Monday, July 27, 2015

    It’s back! The closing of the grand flagship Rizzoli Bookstore in 2014 was met with total protest-with many customers picketing outside of the sprawling New York icon before it closed it’s […]

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    Apartment of Piet Mondrian

    Saturday, July 25, 2015

    Piet Mondrian lived in an apartment on this spot after fleeing the Nazi invasion of Holland then the London Blitz. Yikes. Inspired by the freedom of New York, he painted […]

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    Edward Granger’s colorful installations take over Hermès

    Friday, July 24, 2015

    I’m all for art in unexpected places, especially involving the almost forgotten (excluding the epic Bergdorf Goodman) art of window dressing. Many New York store windows once held designs by […]

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    #GETIT Waves for Water with Logan Hicks, Dan Witz, Beau Stanton, Brett Amory and more

    Friday, July 24, 2015

    Our friends at Juxtapoz have put together an awesome auction to benefit Waves for Water. Surf Craft is now live and ready for bids! From now until July 29th, 15 hand-painted surfboards […]

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    The Crosby Hotel

    Thursday, July 23, 2015

    Jaume Plesna‘s giant letter-heads are usually featured at some gallery or another- or in the lobby of a New York hotel. The Crosby was voted one of the best art […]

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    Slideluck Boatshow

    Thursday, July 23, 2015

    If you’re a fan of Casey Kelbaugh’s Slideluck Potshows, where guests bring a dish to share while watching a curated slide show of emerging art, you need to go to […]

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    I wrote a book- The Art of Cardboard out now

    Monday, July 20, 2015

    Many of  you know I was asked to make my first foray into book writing last year, exploring artists whose creativity and process transforms the mundane material of cardboard into […]

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    Peace Fountain of Allegory

    Monday, July 20, 2015

    St John the Divine at 112th St is worth a pilgramage- for art. Aside from the famed Haring altar piece, the cathedral is flanked by a giant allegorical sculpture that […]

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    Support: Mutiny of Colors- Street art in Iran

    Friday, July 17, 2015

    As street art has erupted globally, more and more communities are rising with their own artists pushing limits. The documentary Mutiny of Colors: Peace, a message from Iran focuses on […]

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    Waves for Water auction

    Friday, July 17, 2015

    Juxtapoz has kicked off their second surf board auction for Waves for Water, which will culminate at Chandran Gallery in SF. Check and bid on some of our favorite artists’ […]

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Jul
30

José Parlá at The Standard High Line

Opening tonight, the plaza at The Standard High Line will be the temporary home to three new sculptures by José Parlá. Called “Segmented Realities,” the sculptures are viewable from the […]

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scharffeat
Jul
31

Kenny Scharf’s Sunshine

A ray of sunshine amidst the sadness that can be at a hospital for kids, is Kenny Scharf’s smiling flowers and butterflies. Painted across a sprawling rotunda in 2011, Scharf’s […]

Palladium600x340
Jul
30

The Palladium

Another take over by NYU (who are slowly owning this whole city), was New York’s most famous nightclub, The Palladium. The one time concert hall was built in 1927 and […]

henry-miller-carl-van-vechten-wiki[1]
Jul
29

Williamsburg

LitNerd Wednesday! Henry Miller hated New York. A lot. So much so that he trashed the city every chance he got until his dying days (more on that below). His childhood […]

rizzolifeat
Jul
27

The Rebirth of the Rizzoli Bookstore

It’s back! The closing of the grand flagship Rizzoli Bookstore in 2014 was met with total protest-with many customers picketing outside of the sprawling New York icon before it closed it’s […]

piet-mondrian-broadway-boogie-woogie
Jul
25

Apartment of Piet Mondrian

Piet Mondrian lived in an apartment on this spot after fleeing the Nazi invasion of Holland then the London Blitz. Yikes. Inspired by the freedom of New York, he painted […]

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Jul
23

The Crosby Hotel

Jaume Plesna‘s giant letter-heads are usually featured at some gallery or another- or in the lobby of a New York hotel. The Crosby was voted one of the best art […]

peacefountain
Jul
20

Peace Fountain of Allegory

St John the Divine at 112th St is worth a pilgramage- for art. Aside from the famed Haring altar piece, the cathedral is flanked by a giant allegorical sculpture that […]

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Jul
17

The Twin Peaks of Greenwich Village

The once Bohemian Greenwich Village’s fabled “Twin Peaks” building was once an idyllic and quaint oasis for New York artists. Looking as if lifted out of a Swiss forest rather […]

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Jul
15

The House of Scribner

LitNerd Wednesday! Who knew that the Sephora  at the bottom of the gloriously old building on 497 Fifth Avenue had a lot in common with writing. Authors like Dawn Powell, […]

September 8, 2010, Floating World Installation Shots (Incomplete), at Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center at Governors Island
Jul
7

LMCC Studios on Governors Island

I love Governors Island- I was the first to hop aboard the first public ferry when it reopened in 2007. Now the island is home to many awesome festivals, but […]

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Jul
6

Leftfield on Ludlow

Two things I love : art and drinking. There are many places around the city to get your drink on while checking out some art. An unpretentious one is Leftfield on […]

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Jul
3

Gainsborough Studios

Central Park South today is more associated with tourists and horse carriages than artists. But in 1908, an entire building was built, just so a group of artists could have […]

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