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    Brian Leo will Silkscreen your stuff while you party! (this Thursday!)

    Monday, August 24, 2015

    Here’s a rather fun closing party- bring a tote, t-shirt, of something else screen printable to Amy Li Projects this Thursday night and get your very own Brian Leo piece […]

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    Keith Haring Pop Shop

    Monday, August 24, 2015

    I was lucky enough to go to be in New York before Keith Haring’s all-encompassing Pop Shop closed. It was open during a time before Museum Shops had little beyond […]

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    SeaGlass Carousel at The Battery

    Friday, August 21, 2015

    Yesterday Lower Manhattan’s brand new landmark, the SeaGlass Carousel at The Battery opened, inviting visitors to go on an undersea adventure! Be one of the first to take an iridescent fish for […]

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    Clinton Hill

    Wednesday, August 19, 2015

    LitNerd Wednesday! A little mix of punk rock and literature this week with Patti Smith whose love of poetry and prose was the original reason she moved to New York […]

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    Get excited about Aurora Dallas this fall

    Monday, August 17, 2015

    I’m pretty bummed that this year’s Aurora in Dallas opens just as the Logan Hicks/Beau Stanton show I’m co-curating with Natalie Kates in New York opens…it looks pretty amazing and is […]

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    Bombay Sapphire x Rush Philanthropic x SCOPE x YOU

    Monday, August 17, 2015

    Artist friends- win a chance to have your work shown at SCOPE new York thanks to Rush Philanthropic and Bombay Sapphire- entries accepted until August 23rd so get on it. bombayartisan.com […]

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    Nicolás Aracena Müller challenges the intersection of art and design at CHAMBER

    Friday, August 14, 2015

    The lines between artist and designer are often blurred, but for some reason not usually discussed by the art world. Earlier this month, artist Nicolás Aracena Müller put this relationship to the […]

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    The Carlton Arms

    Friday, August 14, 2015

    “Art hotels” have been popping up more and more these days, and I couldn’t be happier. One of the originals in New York is the Carlton Arms. Full of junkies, […]

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    VIDEO: Anna Copacabanna in Tim Kuhl’s DRIVE

    Thursday, August 13, 2015

    If you’ve been paying attention to New York night life over the past 10 years, you’ve most likely had to pleasure of seeing the beautiful Anna Copacabanna in one of […]

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    The Return of City Maze at Wall Works- tonight!

    Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    Tonight, relive a piece of New York history at Wall Works! The seminal gallery Fashion Moda changed the perception of the Bronx and urban art in the 1980s. 35 years later, […]

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    It’ s Alive! Michael Alan’s Living Installation Strikes Again

    Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    Michael Alan is the kind of buoyant, visionary artist that comes around once in a generation. His constant innovation and creative interdisciplinary genius inspires all who meet him. And for […]

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    Keith Tilford- Vitreous Accretion- one night only!

    Monday, August 10, 2015

    My dear friend Jessie English is a jane of all trades- photographer, producer, artist. Tuesday night, she puts on her curator hat, for a one night only show featuring the […]

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    Joie de Vivre

    Monday, August 10, 2015

    Mark Di Suvero’s Joie de Vivre was pretty much totally off my radar for a long time. I’ve passed it a zillion times, and just couldn’t get into it. His […]

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    It’s No Love Sculpture

    Friday, August 7, 2015

    I always thought that Curved Cube was some sort of company insignia, not a sculpture. But obviously that isn’t the case, or I wouldn’t be writing about it now. Compared […]

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    Transforming Space: Empowerment Through the Creative Process

    Thursday, August 6, 2015

    Help beautify P371K by donating to its Indiegogo campaign. All information is below and you can find the link here: Transforming Space Through the Creative Process.  **PLEASE NOTE: The original […]

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brianleoamylifeat
Aug
24

Brian Leo will Silkscreen your stuff while you party! (this Thursday!)

Here’s a rather fun closing party- bring a tote, t-shirt, of something else screen printable to Amy Li Projects this Thursday night and get your very own Brian Leo piece […]

Read More

Neighborhoods

Haring-pop-shopfeature
Aug
24

Keith Haring Pop Shop

I was lucky enough to go to be in New York before Keith Haring’s all-encompassing Pop Shop closed. It was open during a time before Museum Shops had little beyond […]

AIR
Aug
21

A.I.R. Gallery

In 1972, discouraged by the male-dominated art world, artists Barbara Zucker and Susan Williams opened this all-women co-operative space. Referencing Jane Eyre and the term “Artist in Residence,” AIR was […]

Patti
Aug
19

Clinton Hill

LitNerd Wednesday! A little mix of punk rock and literature this week with Patti Smith whose love of poetry and prose was the original reason she moved to New York […]

7yearitch
Aug
17

7 Year Itch Site

This is where, formerly the Loews Theater, the famous picture of Marilyn Monroe, shielding the gusts from the subway grate, was taken. Formerly the Loews theater, it was on this […]

carlton1
Aug
14

The Carlton Arms

“Art hotels” have been popping up more and more these days, and I couldn’t be happier. One of the originals in New York is the Carlton Arms. Full of junkies, […]

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Aug
13

Athelstan Spilhaus Triangle Equinox

Not all sculptures are by artists- South African-American geophysicist and oceanographer Athelstan Spilhaus created the piece located at Rockefeller’s McGraw-Hill Building. Located in the sunken courtyard, the triangle sculpture is arranged so the Sun aligns […]

diSuverofeat
Aug
10

Joie de Vivre

Mark Di Suvero’s Joie de Vivre was pretty much totally off my radar for a long time. I’ve passed it a zillion times, and just couldn’t get into it. His […]

William-Crovello-CurvedCubefeat
Aug
7

It’s No Love Sculpture

I always thought that Curved Cube was some sort of company insignia, not a sculpture. But obviously that isn’t the case, or I wouldn’t be writing about it now. Compared […]

Bemelmansbar
Aug
5

Bemelmans Bar

LitNerd Wednesday! I have a bit of a dilemma because I love vintage hotel bars but my archivist salary says NO. Of course I still like to indulge from time […]

George-Rhoadsfeat
Aug
3

Balls.

George Rhoads is kind of a dorky Renaissance man- a painter, origami master, and rolling ball run sculptor. His 42nd Street Ballroom sculpture doesn’t evoke dancing in gowns, but instead […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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