Rad gallery on Kent brought me face to face with this piece. Deep.
Last week in New York City, several museums bordering the Museum Mile stayed opened late enough for us workaholics unable … Continue Reading Seen x Art: Guggenheim After Dark
We were given the opportunity to check out the ‘First Show Last Show’ art exhibit inside of the mysterious 190 … Continue Reading Seen: Art // 190 Bowery x NYC
Our mates in Kung Fu Crimewave invited us to check out their show with Crazy & The Brains at Palisades … Continue Reading Flâneur: Dancing Astronaut // Palisades
“The more you look at the exact same thing, the more the meaning goes away, and the better and emptier … Continue Reading Seen: Warhol // MoMA x NYC
East Village, this is why we love you. Everybody scream for Munchies.
Ceci est la couleur de mes rêves Happy May. Seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art // copyright Miró x … Continue Reading Seen: Joan Miró // Met x NYC
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They say the early bird gets the worm, and so it is with photography. Sunrise is…
Bushwick just got a bit more weird, thanks to the Rite of Spring music // art // noise festival happening at … Continue Reading Seen: Rite of Spring: Art, Music and Noise Fest
Words by Kristyn Potter We were able to steal away some time with fellow New York art-lovers at the Pulse … Continue Reading Seen: Robert Montgomery // Pulse Contemporary Art Fair
// Before you break my heart. Also, this: Tunes copyright The Supremes.
One of the best cities for street art, if you love a good mural like you love a good vin … Continue Reading Seen: Street Art // Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Elvis, man. Seen near the Vatican. #Flaneur Image copyright Kristyn Potter // New York City.
Afternoon Flânerie at Piazza del Campidoglio. Submitted by Kristyn Potter // New York.
Many of you who live in New York City saw this window display back in January at the American Apparel … Continue Reading Seen: Feminism x American Apparel // NYC
#Amazing in Washington Square Park // New York City.