Tag Archives: Tara Israel

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

On Saturday, June 2, Veuve Clicquot held their fifth annual Polo Classic in New York City. The event was launched in 2008, bringing polo back to Governor’s Island for the first time in 70 years. Now taking place at Liberty State Park, it features some of the best polo players in the world, and looks [...]

Tara Israel Self-Interview

These are questions I feel like these people might ask me, but instead I ask myself, just in their voice, because it’s a good exercise in processing an experience you recently had. Here is my intro for myself: I take pictures of many things. Recently it has been notorious genre-busting musician Hank Williams III aka [...]

Skylight Projects

On Thursday, our good friends Elizabeth Kabler and Sarah Ashely Simmons opened up their new gallery space, Skylight Projects named for the skylight that floods their gallery with natural light. Located in a co-op of galleries at 551 West 21st Street on the fourth floor, the first exhibit was a group show featuring artists Alex [...]


Traditionally, Bonackers were the working class fisherman that lived for over three hundred years in Springs, an area just north of East Hampton. The name comes from Accabonac Harbor, where these baymen would fish for clams and scallops from Gardiner’s Bay. At one point, Bonackers had their own dialect, which was probably passed down from [...]

Dossier Issue 5 Launch

Last Thursday we launched our fifth issue with a party at the National Arts Club, dj’d by Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear) and with a special video installation by filmmaker Ry Russo Young. Here are a few pictures of some of our friends who came out. You can also see a slideshow on Purple Diary here. [...]