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    Theodore Roszak’s Sentinel

    Friday, November 21, 2014

    Being a connoisseur of all things Eastern Bloc – art, men, prisons – I don’t know how Theodore Roszak’s Sentinel sculpture has escaped me all the years I’ve lived in […]

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    History, Miscontrued: The Unmaking of Art opening at e-flux tonight

    Friday, November 21, 2014

    A conceptual approach to a lecture by Walter Benjamin, the renowned art theorist and critic, has spawned an exhibition opening tonight at e-flux on the Lower East Side. Taking the […]

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    Put Ian Schrager’s EDITION on Your Miami Radar

    Thursday, November 20, 2014

    Miami Miami Miami. I have so much going on, but so excited to be able to see stuff this year! I’m really looking forward to checking out Ian Schrager’s new […]

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    Tonight! Come to Castor Gallery!

    Thursday, November 20, 2014

    I hope to see you tonight for the opening of Castor Gallery! Come see the space and have a drink from 6-9 at 254 Broome Street. Opening its doors on November […]

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    Cafe Le Metro

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    LitNerd Wednesday! If you haven’t noticed, I know a thing or two about the long gone literary haunts of New York City but the wonderful thing about old Manhatto is […]

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    Miami Marine Stadium Winter Benefit Exhibition

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    Although the Miami Marine Stadium mural project has come to a close, we will have one more celebration- an exhibition with all of the participating artists with original works. It’s going to be […]

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    In the Studio With Artist Jeronimo Zancaner

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    Part of my motivation to venture this far south of the equator was not only to experience everything that Buenos Aires had to offer, but also to hopefully resurrect my […]

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    Six Must-See Works at the American Art Fair

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    This past weekend a stop by the American Art Fair (AAF), currently open on the Upper East Side at the Czech Center (6 train to 77th Street: through Nov 19), […]

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    Get in Bed With Creative Time

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    Creative Time is doing a crazy weekend take over of Neue House, which involves an adult sleepover and a zillion arty surprises. Our own Audra will be repping Art Nerd and […]

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    Keith Haring’s Pool Party

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    A total contrast from the penis-heavy mural at the LGBT Community center, Keith Haring painted this aqua themed mural in 1987 for the public pool. Classic Haring dudes dance with […]

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    Sleep With Art in Buenos Aires

    Monday, November 17, 2014

    Visitors who come to this great city can kick off their penchant for art by staying in the awesome Art Factory, an affordable hostel encompassed with art in a gorgeously […]

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    Ron English- Evolutionary Alternatives at Tribeca Grand

    Monday, November 17, 2014

    Please join us this Wednesday from 7-9 pm for a spectacular new all-encompassing installation by Ron English at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, curated by Natalie Kates Projects. Please do be […]

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    Beau Stanton’s Paulaner Wheelhouse Facade

    Monday, November 17, 2014

    Beau Stanton‘s new piece for Manhattan goes beyond the mural, and is instead the entire facade of the new Paulaner beer hall on The Bowery. An artwork in conjunction with […]

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    VIDEO: Trong Gia Nguyen’s Artists Commercials

    Friday, November 14, 2014

    Wheeling and dealing art! Loving Trong Gia Nguyen’s “Artists Commercials”- let’s make a deal! a good arty laugh for the afternoon.

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    Join Me at Castor Gallery on Thursday

    Friday, November 14, 2014

    In case you haven’t heard, I’ve finally allowed a gallery to have me! Castor Gallery will be opening November 20th on my absolute favorite block on LES (Barrio Chino! Ten […]

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The Unmaking of Art, Museum of Antiquity install shot courtesy e-flux
Nov
21

History, Miscontrued: The Unmaking of Art opening at e-flux tonight

A conceptual approach to a lecture by Walter Benjamin, the renowned art theorist and critic, has spawned an exhibition opening tonight at e-flux on the Lower East Side. Taking the […]

Read More

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roszakfeat
Nov
21

Theodore Roszak’s Sentinel

Being a connoisseur of all things Eastern Bloc – art, men, prisons – I don’t know how Theodore Roszak’s Sentinel sculpture has escaped me all the years I’ve lived in […]

red-square-lenin
Nov
20

Lenin Statue at Red Square

The statue on the top of this building is not hailing a cab from the roof, but has actually hailed from Mother Russia. The giant Lenin was originally a state […]

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Nov
19

Cafe Le Metro

LitNerd Wednesday! If you haven’t noticed, I know a thing or two about the long gone literary haunts of New York City but the wonderful thing about old Manhatto is […]

Haring-poolfeat
Nov
18

Keith Haring’s Pool Party

A total contrast from the penis-heavy mural at the LGBT Community center, Keith Haring painted this aqua themed mural in 1987 for the public pool. Classic Haring dudes dance with […]

Beau Stanton_Paulaner_LISA Project NYC-235
Nov
17

Beau Stanton’s Paulaner Wheelhouse Facade

Beau Stanton‘s new piece for Manhattan goes beyond the mural, and is instead the entire facade of the new Paulaner beer hall on The Bowery. An artwork in conjunction with […]

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Nov
14

Nu Hotel’s Arty Sanctuaries

The world need more art hotels. Seriously, what an awesomely easy way to transform a boring old hotel into a vibrant and interesting space. Most art hotels I’ve seen gear […]

See it Split, See it Change, Doug and Mike Starns, South Ferry Station, Subway Art, Lower Manhattan
Nov
13

See it Split, See it Change mosaic installation

Doug and Mike Starns’ Big Bambu on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art was the talk of Summer of 2010. The piece closed on Halloween 2010, but art lovers can […]

Selby
Nov
12

Sunset Park

LitNerd Wednesday! Sunset Park may not give off the hip image of Brooklyn blanketing the zeitgeist in modern day pop culture but in the late 1940s and 50s it had […]

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Nov
11

Tier 3 and Basquiat

Like Mudd Club, Tier 3 was a integral part of the late 1970s downtown scene in Manhattan. The No Wave art nightclub was where George Condo first met Basquiat when […]

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Nov
10

Mt. Vernon Hotel and Museum

The Upper East Side/Sutton Place area of Manhattan is mostly a mix of high rise apartments, hospitals, and the further west you go, octogenarians with awkwardly taut skin. Far east […]

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Nov
7

Sculptural Escape Off 57th Street

Sometimes I really love Midtown- I know, its not “cool” but whatever, there are some great hidden gems there, and the lack of coolness make them authentic. Take for example […]

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Nov
6

The Bodies of Washington Square Park

In 1889, to mark the centennial of George Washington’s presidency, the city of New York constructed a wood and plaster arch at the North End of Washington Square Park, at […]

Minetta Tavern
Nov
5

Minetta Tavern

LitNerd Wednesday! Minetta Tavern has a different identity these days, one of wall-to-wall people, expensive meals and cocktails and reservations hard to come by but in the 1940s it was […]

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Nov
4

Flux-Hall Fluxus Shop

Inspired by John Cage’s experimental music of the 1950s and of the disdain for the bourgeois art world, the anti-art movement of Fluxus was born. The Fluxus art movement was […]

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