Category: Editor’s Top Picks

Exploring Louise Bourgeois’ Creative Side

The last few weeks of summer is dwindling away. And even though we still have our eyes on chic summer travels, and rooftop parties, we’re also putting together an amazing list of this fall’s top museum exhibitions. The first one that came to mind is Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait at MOMA. The show explores the…

Throwback To Bridgehampton, Spring 2017

                            Images courtesy of Richard Lewin. Back in the spring of 2017, we took a memorable artsy trip to The Hamptons, and explored The South Hampton Art Museum, took a private tour of the Dan Flavin Museum, and visited the artist studios of…

Marlene Dietrich: Portrait of A Lady

Did you know that The National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC is showing the first major exhibition on Marlene Dietrich? This show is actually the first of its kind in the United States. “Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image,” showcases the life and influence of the actress in more than 45 objects, including correspondence, film…

TEFAF New York: Editor’s Top Picks

TEFAF NEW YORK SPRING 2017 The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF), the Netherlands-based enterprise, will hold their Modern and Contemporary Art and Design Fair at the Park Avenue Armory from May 4th through May 8, 2017. This will mark the veteran art fair second showing in New York City since their début last October. Judging…

The Best of AIPAD 2017

The Photography Show: A New Year, A New Space A fresh look at AIPAD reveals that the iconic show organized by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, known as the longest-running and foremost show dedicated to the photographic medium, still holds the power to draw photo lovers from its previous location at The Park…

Eastern Treasures from Asia Week New York

Asia Week New York: More IS More Asia Week New York, the yearly 10-day annual event where collectors, museum curators, designers, scholars, and art addicts, get to hunt down art treasures such as paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs, bronzes, ceramics, jewelry, jade, even textiles, from all over Asia, officially started on March 9th and will continue…

Top Picks from The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair

Top Picks from The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair The 2017 New York Ceramics and Glass Fair kicks off the art season at The Bohemian National Hall with a dazzling array of bottles, beakers, jewelry, jars, vases, and glass from 28 top-tier vetted participants from England, Europe, and the United States. Starting Thursday, Ja­nuary 19 through Sunday, the 22nd, a…

Top Picks from The Winter Antiques Show

From January 20 to the 29th, The Winter Antiques Show will celebrate its 63rd year anniversary as America’s leading art, antiques and design fair, and we will be at The Park Avenue Armory to salute them. The fair will feature an array of fine art photography from Dennis Stock’s unforgettable portrait of Audrey Hepburn during the filming…

A Creative’s Perspective of FRIEZE New York Art Week

Since its launch in 2012, this year was the first time I’ve actually paid a visit to the much talked about Frieze New York Art Week. The highly reported art fair was held, as it was in the past, at Randall’s Island Park, overlooking the East River. What took me so long to get there? The…

At Christie’s NY: A Fresh look at World-Class Masters

Top Picks from Christie’s Classic Week: April 8-15, 2016 Christie’s Classic Week overs an extraordinary look at some of the world’s top old masters – from Rubens masterpiece Lot and his Two Daughters which is in view for the first time in a century (the sale will take place at Christie’s London) to a fascinating…

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