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McCaig-Welles & Zimmer present Joanne Leah at SCOPE NY

McCaig-Welles & Zimmer are pleased to present a solo booth exhibition by artist Joanne Leah. Joanne Leah is a Brooklyn-based artist who creates photo-based images that portray a series of […]

A BALL FIT FOR DALI

Back in the 1930s, Caresse Crosby was the socialite talk of the town, known not only for inventing the modern bra (boob caresser) but also for throwing the best parties […]

East West Gate

Although Yuyu Yang’s sculptures are inspired by natures, his giant reflective East West Gate reflects Wall Street behind it. Hovering in front of the Orient Overseas Building since 1973, the […]

Lady Aiko- Bunny in the House at WALLWORKS NY

Friday night- head to WALLWORKS for the one and only Lady Aiko’s latest show! Bunny in the House Lady Aiko solo exhibition March 2 – April 6, 2018 Opening Reception […]

Warhol and 25 Sams

Who would’ve associated the Upper East Side with Pop Art? Built in 1889 by Plaza Hotel architect Henry Hardenbergh (he also designed the Dakota), Andy Warhol bought this modest townhouse […]

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 […]

‘Beats of Africa’ Dance Night with Amref Health Africa tomorrow!

Shake off your Wednesday worries and join us for an evening of African music with DJ TAO, dancing and drink specials! What’s better than having fun while doing good? All ticket proceeds go […]

Jose Parla Diary of Brooklyn

The new Barclays Center Stadium in Downtown Brooklyn opened with some controversy and pizazz. Locals hate the traffic it’ll bring, soda drinkers were pissed because it was the first location to […]

“Then She Did “Swoon, Lady Pink, Allison Sommers, Joanne Leah, Janette Beckman,…

Curators Lori Zimmer and Melissa McCaig-Welles are pleased to present “Then She Did”, a mixed media group exhibition opening Saturday March 3rd from 6-10pm at The Plaxall Gallery LIC, featuring […]

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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