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Frieze Frame

May 10, 2013
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Frieze Frame

Today kicks off 4 days of art–installations, sound scapes, collaborations, etc– in the 180 galleries of the Frieze Art Fair.  The New York event in 2013 promises to be the biggest yet with attractions so attractive that the monsoon rains won’t keep us away.  Foodies rejoice in Frieze’s restaurant partners: Blue Bottle Coffee, Frankie’s Spuntino...

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For the Love of Art – February 13th NYC Events

February 12, 2013
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For the Love of Art – February 13th NYC Events

Love is in the air and I’m slowly crawling out of the cave of my extended winter hybernation: just in time for two much anticipated events.  The first is Single Fare 3, the third installation of the series brought to you by Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre Roy, which invites artists to imaginatively transform a utilitarian New York...

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Simian Mobile Disco NYC Concert In Pictures

December 13, 2012
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Simian Mobile Disco NYC Concert In Pictures

Simian Mobile Disco completely murders it every time they perform. They never disappoint. If you’ve never seen them live, add them to your bucket list immediately.

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Before the World Ends Shop Less and Buy Art: A Guide to Holiday Portraiture

December 8, 2012
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Before the World Ends Shop Less and Buy Art: A Guide to Holiday Portraiture

We have entered the holiday red zone.  The Festival of Lights–8 days during which we’ll still have to run around shopping and cocktailing and hosting and hobnogging–is upon us only to be followed in short order by your company’s holiday party (here’s hoping it isn’t a sit-down dinner), your flight home, my mother’s Christmas...

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Before the World Ends Shop Less and Buy Art: The Virgin Dress on Society6

November 28, 2012
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Before the World Ends Shop Less and Buy Art: The Virgin Dress on Society6

From the Maison Française at her university to le-app-sur-le-trap to nesting in Bed-Stuy, Chioma of The Virgin Dress reps her roots as a woman, a cynic, a pop culture critic, and a romantic with innovative art pieces perfectly suited to hanging and venerating in the well-appointed haven of a budding art collector (and maybe...

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