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Surfacing at Times Square’s Midnight Moment

The Times Square Arts‘s latest Midnight Moment, in which three WHOLE minutes are stolen from advertising for the sake of art, is showing Neil Goldberg’s “Surfacing,” a series of bewildered […]

Nomi Ruiz on PMc Mag

I recently interviewed singer/installation artist/Clocktower Gallery resident Nomi Ruiz for Patrick McMullan Magazine. The talented Jonathan Grassi photographed Ruiz in and around her grandmother’s home in Sunset Park before she […]

Bushwick Open Studios this weekend!!

Who’s excited to check out Holy BOS this weekend? Bushwick Open Studios (BOS) is a three day arts and culture festival that celebrates Bushwick’s  arts scene with the goal of […]

Oliver Vernon’s Faded Daydream

Oliver Vernon is a modern non-representational master, which to me is a tough genre to capture my interest. His paintings are like a trying to remember a dream, where you […]

Punked at Bergdorf’s

Did you see the Punk exhibition at the Met yet? Most of my friends didn’t like it, but I go crazy for anything fashion at the Met- its worth a […]

Party Time: Tomorrow

It’s your day off but we picked a winner: Jim W. Sorry everyone else. Hope to see ya and party! xo Do you like to party? (I know you do). […]

Sext Me If You Can

It’s all happening- go to check out Sext Me If You Can at the New Museum- an interactive exhibition where you can actually take home a custom-made Karen Finley piece. From […]

JR’s INSIDE OUT Premiers Tonight on HBO

For those of you with HBO, JR’s INSIDE OUT: The People’s Art Project is a new documentary premiering this Monday night on HBO at 9pm EST.  Watch the trailer to […]

The Standard Gets Scary

It’s a Kenny kinda day. You can hang with Scharf’s Red Scary Guy, originally shown at Paul Kasmin Gallery, while sipping cocktails outside of the Standard High Line until the […]

Get Beachy with Martin Parr

I’m really loving this mini-trend of performative artists commissions that I’m seeing recently-first Rob Pruitt’s made-to-order thrift store sculptures at the Public Art Fund gala, then Karen Finley’s “Sext Me […]

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