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I Shot Andy Warhol

In 1967, the  building that Warhol’s Silver Factory was in on East 47th was being torn down, so he moved it to the 6th Floor of the Union Square Decker […]

VIDEO: Quiet Lunch on Ellannah Sadkin

Quiet Lunch Magazine hosted a great preview party last week for my show with Ellannah Sadkin and Gareb Shamus at The Pivot Gallery. If you don’t make it, and you […]

November’s #Midnightmoment Starts Tonight! Emilio Perez’s Dream Season

November’s #MidnightMoment partners up with the Cuban Artists Fund to bring viewers inside one of Perez’s colorful, abstract paintings. In Dream Season, the paintings become side by side with the […]

Tony Rosenthal, Alamo

Great news! The beloved “Cube” is FINALLY back….after being refurbished for what seems like forever. Can today be the official Cube Day? There’s no basement in this Alamo either. Seminal Cor-ten […]

National Arts Club

Founded in 1898, this gorgeous Gramercy mansion is dedicated to the fostering of the arts. With incredible interiors such as Tiffany ceilings and an impeccable art collection, the club also […]

The Accessible Art Fair takes over the National Arts Club

Brussels’ artist-led The Accessible Art Fair is taking over the gorgeous National Arts Club in Gramercy Park for a month of fantastic art, parties and programming- including a panel discussion with […]

Tonight! TOONOLOGY + After Party

Tonight is the night, so be at The Pivot Gallery (530 West 25th Street, Suite 407) for Ellannah Sadkin’s TOONOLOGY and an open studio with Gareb Shamus. Then after the […]

Preview Party for Ellannah Sadkin’s TOONOLOGY

If you can’t make it to our opening tomorrow night, stop by for the preview tonight, hosted by Quiet Lunch Magazine. Check out the PDF of works here http://bit.ly/2eFwiyB

City Hall Station

The subways truly amaze me. From thinking about how they were built over a hundred years ago with lesser construction technology, to the fact that they transport over 5 million […]

Eric Helvie- NOOL

I first was introduced to Eric Helvie’s beautiful work by my friend, STYLECURATOR Natalie Kates. His modern surrealism combines photorealistic painting with a largely black and white palette- creating an […]

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