The Mary Boone Gallery (745 Fifth Ave.) was the site of a book launch party for the new memoir, Bad Boy—My Life On and Off the Canvas (Random House Digital), by acclaimed artist Eric Fischl. Fischl and his co-author, Michael Stone were in attendance.
Steve-Martin and Eric-Fischl (Photo Credit: Billy Farrell Agency)
The mannequins at the Punk Exhibit (Photo credit: yimg.com)
On Monday, May 6, 2013 the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted a preview for the new exhibition “Punk: Chaos to Couture”, with fashion aficionados coming out to view the clothing and partake in the multimedia experience.
Before going to visit the expertly curated clothing, [...]
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This Mother’s Day the second annual production of “Listen to Your Mother” will be presented. “Listen to Your Mother” is a show dedicated to honoring motherhood. The production will feature leading local writers and performers telling their own experiences of motherhood and all of its complex and diverse journeys. These [...]
On Thursday, April 18, New York City art museum De Buck Gallery and The Services For the UnderServed (SUS) organization will team up for a night of Culture and Cocktails to benefit SUS’ Urban Farming Program.
(Photo Credit: sus.org)
The cocktail-attire fete, which will take place from 7:00-10:00 p.m., will be fully prepped [...]
In 1996, the faces of Romeo and Juliet were engraved into people’s minds as those of Leonardo di Caprio and Claire Danes, who beautifully recreated the legendary story. Shortly after that the tragedy of Hamlet was reenacted and adapted to star the magnificent Kenneth Branagh. This April, the magical and intuitive transformations of William Shakespeare’s renowned plays continue, with the Broadway production of what is considered Shakespeare’s most chilling and unforgettable play – Macbeth. [...]
I had the pleasure of interviewing Adarsh Alphons, the founder and director of Project Art. He is incredibly talented, having been creating abstract and figurative paintings since he was 7 years old. He held his first solo exhibition at age 13. His credentials are extensive including exhibitions across the globe, projects [...]
Sitting underneath the stars is an age-old tradition that symbolizes romance and love. But this year, the American Museum of Natural History is giving this notion a scientific, but completely fascinating twist. Taking place at the Hayden Planetarium Space Theater, “Romance Under the Stars” will be a night you will never forget. [...]
Artist collaboration FAILE of Brooklyn installed the first New York City Ballet Art Series exhibit this winter. (Photo Credit: NYCB)
This winter the New York City Ballet (NYCB) is launching its first-ever New York City Ballet Art Series with “Les Ballets de Faile,” a large-scale installation created by the Brooklyn-based artist team Patrick [...]
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S Debuts on Broadway this March. (Photo Credit: BreakfastatTiffanysonBroadway.com)
One of New York City’s most famed and notorious stories, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” is officially coming to Broadway’s Cort Theater this March. Based on Truman Capote’s 1958 Breakfast at Tiffany’s novella, the classic tale of love, diamonds and Manhattan society will debut [...]