One of the most highly anticipated food events of the year is finally upon us. This year’s Food Book Fair, headquartered at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, has us salivating over the program. Read More
Awesome book exhibition at Gagosian Gallery featuring iconic pop artist Ed Ruscha. The exhibition, which includes over 100 pieces, created by other artists in direct response to Ruscha’s “Twenty-Six Gasoline Stations”, is sure to be beautiful, interactive and varied. Read More
This past Sunday night, beneath the icy streets of Harlem, Ginny’s Supper Club hosted “Le Vogue A La Mode Folie”. It was part fashion show, showcasing fresh lines by Tyrell Collection, Ballantyne, Katrina Lankova and shoes by RebelSeven and part old-school, New York vogue ball, “Le Vogue A La Mode” celebrated Fashion Week in electric, genuine, uptown style.
Topics discussed will include their take on how our galleries and institutions capture artistic communities and history, held in conjunction with MoMA PS1’s exhibition Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980, which will be on display through March 11.
If you haven’t gotten a chance to see the exhibit yet, it’s worth checking out to see this examination of a pioneering group of African-American artists whose individual as well as collaborative talent with other artists helped shape a large part of Southern California’s art scene today. As well as viewing at least 140 works by over 30 artists, this exhibit also examines the increasing political, social and economic power of African Americans throughout the U.S.
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This coming Saturday, July 28th kicks off a month-long celebration of all things Harlem. Since 1974, millions have flocked to 125th street and beyond to commemorate the past, present and future of the historical Harlem neighborhood we call home. What started as “Harlem Day,” turned into Harlem Week and eventually Harlem Month. Now in its 38th year, people of all ages are invited to take part in over 100 different events over the span of four weeks. Whether arts & crafts are your thing or free concerts, food, jazz festivals and even gospel choirs, Harlem Week has it all and we couldn’t be more excited to participate. Read More
Whether it’s finding the best goat tacos in LA, spotting a well-worn vintage bag in Sweden, or interviewing the “crab man” selling seafood on a corner in Harlem, we tell stories seen from Chef Marcus Samuelsson‘s point of view. MarcusSamuelsson.com strives to create conversations about food, nutrition, culture, art, and design. We want to find Read More