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Hazel: Made in Belfast, an Opera presented by Gregory de la Haba

New York artist, curator, and producer Gregory de la Haba has brought the life of American artist and social diplomat Lady Hazel Lavery to the stage. This operatic masterpiece features Irish […]

Noguchi’s Waterfall

The devil’s number may be 666, but in the lobby of the Fifth Avenue building bearing this address is a little slice of meditative heaven. Simply called “Ceiling and Waterfall” […]

Swooning for SWOON in Detroit

This fall, Detroit’s art scene is percolating: with a recent addition to Murals in the Market, Red Bull House of Art’s latest artist in residency cycle with Beau Stanton, Lala […]

Help Bring Artists to P371K and Party With Vexta, Joseph Grazi, Elle and more

My dear friend Natalie Trainor is a curator and writer, but above all an important educator who selflessly brings the power of art to kids with students with autism, emotional […]

Nara n Niagara

The closest that I’ll probably get to a real Yoshitomo Nara piece is at a bar in the East Village- only a thin layer of plastic separates my grubby hands […]

Tomorrow- Join me for Art+Music Lounge in Sag Harbor

I hope you can join  tomorrow me at Monika Olko Gallery 95 Main Street, Sag Harbor during the 24th Annual Hamptons Film Festival as I host an evening of cocktails and conversation […]

New York Times Capsule by Santiago Calatrava

Santiago Calatrava

I always loved the idea of the time capsule. There’s one I mentioned at the 1939 World’s Fair site in Queens, not to be opened until  6939 AD. There’s the one in my […]

Joseph Grazi- Cecil: A Love Story

Tonight, my dear friend Joseph Wolf Grazi opens his latest solo exhibition at Joseph Gross Gallery (548 West 28th Street, from 6-9pm).  Grazi’s body of work spans taxidermy to pencil […]

Chen Man’s Interactive and Eloquent Art Works Honor Breast Cancer Awareness at the Peninsula New York

The beautiful Peninsula Hotel is an architectural gem on Fifth Avenue at 55th Street, built in the neoclassical style in 1905, and remains one of the most opulent places to rest […]

Diva in the Subway

Gleaming in a gold dress with red hair, could it be…me? No, silly! Deep in the subway station of the 1 train at West 66th Street, aka Lincoln Center, are […]

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