On November 14, Max Mara and the Associates Committee of the Society Memorial Sloan-Kettering hosted a sold-out evening
More than 365 guests gathered at the Four Seasons Restaurant on Nov. 14 to benefit the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Blue Bloods actress Bridget Moynahan said she was glad to attend and lend her support: “Taking care of families during such a terrible time in their lives ... More
An intriguing multimedia exhibit fuses sculpture, original literature, and smartphone technology at the Smart Clothes Gallery
On November 8, The Talking Cure—a unique, dynamic art exhibit—opened at the Smart Clothes Gallery in New York City. With a title taken from Sigmund Freud's description of psychoanalysis, Cure contains 12 original sculptures by Chelsea artist Melissa Stern. They come with a very innovative and creative ... More
A new art program is launched in Bal Harbour, with an installation from artist George Sanchez-Calderon
Activity in Miami’s art world won’t reach its frenzied apex until Dec. 6, when Art Basel and its satellite fairs set up camp but Unscripted, a new Bal Harbour public-art program, is already making the town's landscape more compelling and beautiful.
On Oct. 18, Unscripted launched with its first commission, a ... More
The museum hosts a reading of the artist's "Desire Caught By The Tail," starring greats from the art and theater worlds
Back in 1984, the Maison Française at NYU and the annual performing-arts series Works & Process collaborated on a once-in-a-lifetime experience: A reading of Desire Caught By The Tail, the only play ever written by Pablo Picasso, at New York City's Guggenheim, featuring esteemed artists ... More
Citizens of Humanity host a private exhibit of dance photos by a man who mastered the art form
In celebration of his creativity and vision, fashion brand Citizens of Humanity invited editors and friends to view a collection of photographs by legendary dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov. The images, which came from his "Dance this Way" exhibit, showcased beautiful silhouettes of dancers in motion. From a pair of youthful girls at ballet practice ... More
Facing History and Ourselves hosts a private celebration for the launch of its new multimedia exhibit
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and 200 partners, donors, and supporters of Facing History's new multimedia exhibition Choosing to Participate celebrated the show's SEpt. 24 opening at the Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center.
ABC 7 News co-anchor Cheryl Burton emceed the private event, which included chicken potpie and shepherd’s ... More
With a new book of photographs, the German artist is aiming for nothing less than challenging our own perspectives
Our minds are packed with preconceived notions when we look at any object, no matter how ordinary; we can’t help it. Artist Wolfgang Tillmans wants to change that.
In the recently published Taschen book Neue Welt (“New World”), Tillmans’ photographs, ... More
Sag Harbor's newest home accessories shop and a hot young furniture designer
The 22-year-old Sag Harbor resident Maximillian Eicke was considering a career in architecture—that is, until he created his very first piece of furniture, a Bauhaus-inspired coffee table for his senior project at The Ross School in East Hampton. “My passion changed overnight,” he explains. “Nothing could beat ... More