Articles tagged with: New York City
Famous Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara should have stopped off to see the graffiti art wall murals in Bushwick Brooklyn before he was arrested in New York City for making graffiti and possession of graffiti instruments on a city subway platform. The artist, whose paintings and sculptures sell for over a million dollars, was caught drawing a smiley face with an indelible marker; Nara, in town for an exhibition of his work at Marianne Boesky Gallery, spent twenty-four hours in police custody.
The second article in the series about New York City artist James de La Vega and the Become Your Dream Museum and Studio. In the interview the artist talks about positive energy, change and cigars.
I rack my brain in deciding which bench in the city to pick. I’ve narrowed it down, but I still don’t know…
I decided to sit on a bench in NYC for 24 straight hours. Here’s why.
The Moma’s latest exhibit, “The Artist is Present,” a retrospective of the work of performance artist Marina Abramovic, is a sprawling, complicated, astounding, and maddening mess of images and ego.
Brilliant video with scences from all the best disaster movies set in New York City.
Fourteen yarn stores in New York City will be hosting the first NYC Yarn Crawl this weekend, October 9 – 12, for the purpose of encouraging New Yorkers to explore the city’s yarn shops and promoting the needle arts.
On Sunday July 12 the Target High Line Street Festival will take over Gansevoort Street between Ninth Avenue and Washington Street, in the Meatpacking District with the World’s Largest Lemonade Stand – in a 1,300 gallon custom-built Rosenwach water tank and a reincarnation of the West Side Cowboy from the Federation of Black Cowboys.
Tenants had hoped for a rent freeze in this recession, but the nearly one million residents of rent regulated apartments in New York City will see a single-digit increase in the coming year.
50 NYC restaruants participate in the Rioja Restaurant Week on April 26 – 2 May.