Jules de Balincourt, the artist known for his figurative paintings, opened his first solo show at the Bowery space of Salon 94. The exhibition centers around six large paintings which illustrate the artist’s attempt to “address the uncertainties of contemporary human life.” The crowded gallery scene at the opening included the likes of new age [...]
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“SPRING BREAK!!!” Those two words seem like they should always be shouted together, perhaps accompanied by a fist-pump. Everyone has been there at one point in their lives—for some, spring break was about catching up on long-overdue coursework or heading back to parents’ places some R&R and a home-cooked meal. For the fancy ones, spring [...]
These images are from Heavy Metal Family, a photographic series by Simon Cave that took him into the parking lots of metal concerts across the state. Hardcore fans turned out to be anything but. They were friendly, inviting and there was an unexpected camaraderie even amid the chaos. That’s the thing about true fans – [...]
This past week was art madness all over the city and our friend Kalika Farmer, the founder of New/AGE art consultancy, hosted a small dinner at the beautiful Soho Latin Bistro Ideya. Kalika sent over a few pictures from the super fun evening, where everyone enjoyed the over-sized caipirinhas and debated The Independent Art Fair [...]
A special congratulations to our friends Elle Muliarchyk and Lily Kwong on their beautiful collaboration for T Magazine. We applaud both their inspiration and talent.