The Guggenheim is finally free of all the crappy scaffolding and now you can see the Frank Lloyd Wright building in all its glory. Better yet, admission is free tomorrow. 🙂 So if you are in the mood to get your art on, head on up to Museum Mile. Current shows include theanyspacewhatever, Catherine Opie, […]
Last night I was fortunate to make it out to the Carpark/Paw Tracks showcase. I think it goes without saying that bands like Ecstatic Sunshine and Beach House give pretty consistent stellar performances, so I would like to turn my attention to some of the lesser known acts. I caught the tail end of Tickley […]
Craft fairs were my mother’s favorites and now they’re definitely becoming mine. This Sunday marks the first ever Dead Herring craft fair. So, if you are in the market for something handmade, this might be your best bet. If you want to RSVP, check it out here.
Aa always has some of the more intriguing flyers, and this one continues in the long line of slightly bizarre illustrations. So on Saturday if you’re not totally exhausted from this week’s festivities, definitely check out the Aa show at Less Artists More Condos.
I am often a fan of being totally obscure and random. However, I think this time being obscure and random is in my favor…The Scandinavia House is part of the American-Scandinavian Foundation, playing host to many cultural events. Two things of note to check out right now. On September 26th, they launched the show Sublime […]
Paper Rad is arguably one of the most influential art collectives to come out of this decade. If you are not familiar with them, they have their hands in many different projects from music to animated videos. And whether you know it or not, designers seem to love to rip off their aesthetic. See MIA’s […]
So one of my favorites Ian Svenonius will be interviewing one of my other favorites Kathleen Hanna tomorrow at Cooper-Union’s Great Hall. You can watch in awe with me too. The details are below: VBS.TV & Dewar’s Humbly Present Soft Focus with Ian Svenonius A live taping of interviews with eminent musicians Ted Leo and […]
Image c/o Wooster Collective If you find yourself meandering through Greenwich Village (89 Seventh Avenue South to be exact) and stop to look at a pet store filled with very animated animatronic pets and chicken nugget creatures, you’re looking at the latest Banksy piece to hit the streets…you should see it before it closes on […]
c/o MonkeyTown To say that visiting MonkeyTown is an experience is for me a little bit of an understatement. A personal haunt of mine for a couple of years, I have seen some of the best shows there, including three of Excepter’s best sets/installations. Tonight MonkeyTown turns three. To celebrate it properly, there will be […]
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