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‘THE OTHER FESTIVAL’ IS BACK IN BROOKLYN TO EMPOWER AND INSPIRE

The Other Festival is back for a second year in Downtown Brooklyn. Dee Poku, the festival’s founder, partnered with non-profit GLAM4GOOD to create an inclusive and empowering festival. Featuring an all female line-up, The Other Festival will showcase influencers, entrepreneurs, entertainers and creators with the goal of educating, inspiring, and empowering women. Taking place October…

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NYFW SPRING SUMMER 2018 RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS

Everyone’s favorite week has unfortunately, come to an end. Although New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer ’18 ended September 13th, we’ve compiled some of the most standout runway looks from our favorite designers along with memorable trends. CALVIN KLEIN Designer Raf Simons’ second runway collection for Calvin Klein (205W39NYC) debuted on September 7th. A synthesis of the…

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THE BROOKLYN CONFERENCE: INSPIRING SOCIAL CHANGE @ THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM The Brooklyn Conference: Inspiring Social Change October 19th (Kick-off) – October 21st 200 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, New York 11238 “The Brooklyn Conference explores the intersections of art and social justice, shining a light on what unites and separates us as a nation, and in hopes of inspiring a more connected, civic, and…

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SEPTEMBER EXHIBITS AT THE MET NOT TO BE MISSED: DELIRIOUS + RODIN

DELIRIOUS: ART AT THE LIMITS OF REASON 1950-1985 The Met Breuer, NYC September 13, 2017-January 14, 2018 945 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 The exhibit “Delirious”, has been derived from the delirium taking place in the art world at the time. Between 1950 and 1980 the world exploded in conflicts, whether it was military, social, or…

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‘LOUISE BOURGEOIS: AN UNFOLDING PORTRAIT’ TO OPEN AT THE MOMA SEPTEMBER 24TH

 “LOUISE BOURGEOIS: AN UNFOLDING PORTRAIT” The Museum of Modern Art September 24, 2017-January 28, 2018 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019 Beginning September 24, 2017,  The Museum of Modern Art brings us a new exhibit about the creative process and works of Louise Bourgeois. The exhibit, entitled “Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait”, does not have simply…

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PANORAMA 2017 WAS THIS SUMMER’S MUST SEE MUSIC FESTIVAL

Despite Panorama being pegged as New York's own version of Coachella (Goldenvoice are the producers for both events), the 3 day music festival took place this past weekend and was as captivating as anticipated.  It was a full fledged sensory experience; from ball pits to The Lab - a space powered by HP and curated by META…

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THE WORD OF LORDE: FINDING AN ETHEREAL ESCAPE IN HER NEW ALBUM

writer in the dark A post shared by Lorde (@lordemusic) on Jun 5, 2017 at 4:28pm PDT When Lorde performs live, the raw power and emotion in her voice is like a jolt of energy that suddenly encompasses everything critics say about the recent nominee for the MTV VMA's 2017 Artist of the Year and her music:…

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NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN HOSTS CONSERVATORY BALL

On Thursday, June 1st, The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) celebrated its annual black-tie Conservatory Ball with Dale Chihuly artwork on display. Five hundred guests attended the ball and raised $1.7 million for children's education and international plant research at the NYBG. Conservatory Ball Chairmen and NYBG leadership greeted guests on a royal blue carpet. The evening started…

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I WENT INSIDE JACK ANTONOFF’S BEDROOM & LISTENED TO SONGS FROM HIS NEW ALBUM

On May 17th, 2017, Jack Antonoff posted a message to his 255K Instagram followers letting us know that we should be at 24th & Madison at promptly 5pm. This message was accompanied by an image of his childhood bedroom. As an avid Bleachers fan, I blindly obliged and found myself waiting in line, behind roughly…

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DESIGNERS WEIGH IN ON DRESSING MELANIA TRUMP

With the plethora of controversy surrounding President-Elect Donald Trump, it is no wonder that his wife, future First Lady Melania Trump, receives some slack as well. Whether being criticized for standing by a man making misogynistic comments to her comparative accomplishments of past First Ladies, it was only a matter of time until the fashion…

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19TH ANNUAL “COLLABORATING FOR A CURE” DINNER AND AUCTION

In celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF), Elin and Michael Nierenberg hosted the nineteenth annual "Collaborating for a Cure" benefit dinner and auction on November 10th at Cipriani Wall Street. Historically one of New York's top fundraising events, this year was no disappointment, raising approximately $2.5 million for SWCRF cancer research programs. The night involved a…

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WORKS & PROCESS INITIATIVE LAUNCHED WITH GUGGENHEIM GALA

Works and Process, the performing-arts series at the Guggenheim, has a new initiative, the Works and Process Rotunda Projects. By expanding in to the museum's famed rotunda the new programming continues a tradition of commissioning performances for the unique architecture of the Guggenheim's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater. On October 27, 2016, the Works & Process…

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PHILIP GUSTON: LAUGHTER IN THE DARK @ HAUSER & WIRTH

Philip Guston "Laughter in the Dark" Hauser & Wirth, NYC November 1st - January 14th November 1st, one week prior to the presidential general election, Hauser & Wirth opened ‘Philip Guston: Laughter in the Dark, Drawings from 1971 & 1975', an exhibition devoted to the renowned late artist’s satirical caricatures of the 37th President of…

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THE NEW MUSEUM’S DEMOCRACY THEMED SEASON CONTINUES AS ELECTION DRAWS NEAR

The New Museum’s Democracy-themed season presents a series of public programs and conversations around matters of representation, suppression, constitutional protection, political identity, and activism. A residency and exhibition with My Barbarian (Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon, and Alexandro Segade) anchors the season. Working at the intersection of theater, visual arts, and critical practice, the collective uses…

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TOVE LO DEBUTS SHORT FILM “FAIRY DUST”

Swedish Grammy nominated artist Tove Lo has officially entered the “Lady Wood” era with the worldwide release of her sophomore album and the debut of her short film “Fairy Dust”. “Fairy Dust”, directed by Tim Erem, stars Tove Lo alongside American actress, producer, director and activist Lina Esco and was co-written by her with director…

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FATTER IRL: A FAT ART SHOW @ OLD PFIZER FACTORY

FATTER IRL: A FAT ART SHOW Old Pfizer Factory 630 Flushing Ave, 5th Floor, Brooklyn NY 11206 October 15th - November 5th (open weekends 11am - 6pm & by appointment) *For weekday appointments, email reartshow@gmail.com Rose Budz (Annie Rose) has curated FATTER IRL, an art show in the Old Pfizer Factory building in Brooklyn. The show…

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LADY GAGA RELEASES NEW ALBUM ‘JOANNE’

Lady Gaga finally released her highly anticipated album "Joanne" on October 21st. The album had been teased with her Lady Gaga x Bud Light dive bar tour, where she sang a few songs off the album, including lead single "Perfect Illusion". The tour started in Nashville with her father in the audience, whose deceased sister…

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MET COSTUME INSTITUTE’S SPRING 2017 EXHIBITION TO FOCUS ON REI KAWAKUBO

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced this week that The Costume Institute’s spring 2017 exhibition will be Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons, on view from May 4 through September 4, 2017. The exhibition will examine Kawakubo’s fascination with interstitiality, or the space between boundaries. Existing within and between entities—self/other, object/subject, fashion/anti-fashion—Kawakubo’s work challenges conventional notions of beauty,…

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MISSONI LAUNCHES SURFACE CONVERSION WITH ARTIST SERVANE MARY

Missoni Creative Director, Angela Missoni, is merging contemporary culture, modern art, and fashion design with her new project which launched this week, Surface Conversion. The project has the intention of developing a series which is based in the idea of sharing, discussing and supporting contemporary art. The ongoing program will be alternating every three months, and will touch upon various disciplines…

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KERRY JAMES MARSHALL ‘MASTRY’ @ THE MET BREUER – NEW YORK – OCT 25 – JAN 29

Kerry James Marshall | "Mastry" The Met Breuer 945 Madison Avenue, New York NY 10021 October 25, 2016 - January 29, 2017 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Breuer is presenting its largest museum retrospective to date of the work of American artist Kerry James Marshall (born 1955). The exhibition called "Mastry" encompasses nearly 80 works, including 72 paintings, that…

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