Month: January 2015

NEW YORK THEATRE BALLET @ NEW YORK LIVE ARTS – NEW YORK – FEB 18 – 21

New York Theatre Ballet will perform at New York Live Arts from February 18-21, 2015, presenting four ballets at each show. The program will include two world premiers by Nicolo Fonte and Pam Tanowitz. The other two performances are Merce Cunningham's trio Cross Currents, and a revival of Keith Michael's "The Alice-In-Wonderland Follies." Nicolo Fonte…

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PURITY RING – “PUSH PULL” VIDEO + NEW ALBUM “ANOTHER ETERNITY” OUT SOON

Purity Ring have partnered with renowned photographer and videographer Renata Raksha (St. Vincent, Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q) to create the visuals for their new album Another Eternity, due out on March 3. The album will be the first time the duo, comprised of Megan James on vocals and Corin Roddick on instrumentals, have worked together in person.…

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RICHARD AVEDON @ GAGOSIAN – ROME – FEB 27 – APR 11

"Avedon: Beyond Beauty" Gagosian Rome, Via Francesco Crispi 16, Rome February 27 - April 11, 2015 Gagosian Rome presents “Avedon: Beyond Beauty,” a career-spanning exhibition that includes nearly every editioned fashion photograph from Richard Avedon’s highly distinctive and influential oeuvre, as well as a number of his iconic portraits of female subjects. The opening reception…

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P.O.L.E. @ THE NEW MUSEUM – NEW YORK CITY – FEB 4 – 15

Gerard & Kelly: "P.O.L.E. (People, Objects, Language, Exchange)" The New Museum Lobby Gallery, 235 Bowery New York, NY February 4 - 15, 2015 The "P.O.L.E. (People, Objects, Language, Exchange)" exhibition is the culmination of Gerard & Kelly's six-month Research and Development residency, as part of the New Museum’s R&D Season: CHOREOGRAPHY. Taking place from February 4…

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THE ARMORY SHOW 2015 – NEW YORK CITY – MARCH 5 – 8

The Armory Show Piers 92 and 94, New York March 5 - 8 New York City's leading art fair, The Armory Show, is set to take place this March from the 5th to the 8th on Piers 92 and 94. The 17th edition of the fair continues the tradition of showcasing the most important artworks…

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FLORALS FLOURISH IN CHANEL SPRING/SUMMER 2015 HAUTE COUTURE

Chanel’s Spring 2015 haute couture warmed the Paris runway with floral-printed cropped jackets and tops paired over low-waisted tutus and pencil skirts accented with low-heeled black boots. After a controversial and harsh faux feminist protest during his Chanel Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear collection, Karl Lagerfeld contrasted the drama with a return to a pretty, feminine softness in his haute couture. The classic Chanel…

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ADRIAN LUX TALKS MAKE OUT, REMIXING AND TOURING – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

  “I believe that everything is possible; that’s what’s so fun with music.” Grammy-nominated Swedish producer and DJ, Adrian Lux, has skyrocketed onto the music scene with chart-topping songs such as “Teenage Crime” and has headlined events, including Pandora’s Grammy after-party last January. His self-titled debut album was released in 2012, and he has produced…

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THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE + VOHN GALLERY PRESENT HUMAN/NATURE EXHIBIT – NYC – FEB 3-6

Human/Nature Exhibit Opening February 3rd THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE & VOHN GALLERY present human/nature Exhibit x 20 Artists x Environment Curated by Gary Krimershmoys, Indira Cesarine & Joseph Grazi A Portion of Proceeds to Benefit Pure Earth | www.pureearth.org Exhibition on View 10am - 6pm  |  Feb 4 - 6 The Untitled Space 45 Lispenard Street…

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RAF SIMONS INVOKES 1960S FOR DIOR HAUTE COUTURE SPRING/SUMMER 2015

On the haute couture Spring/Summer 2015 Dior runway in Paris, the 60s were swinging. This Monday as Paris Fashion Week continued, Dior designer Raf Simons mixed past and present for a 21st century interpretation of the 1960s. Retro statement patterns adorned futuristic body suits and transparent space age coats covered metallic mini-dresses. With hair pulled…

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EMMA WATSON’S IMPACT 10X10X10 INITIATIVE FOR GENDER EQUALITY

Emma Watson has taken the helm at one of the most talked about initiatives for gender equality. Her U.N. speech in September, where she launched the community #HeforShe, encouraging men and boys to stand up their sisters, drew worldwide interest. The video of her speech was watched over 11 million times. And the website of…

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HIGHLIGHTS AND TRENDS FROM THE 2014 ART MARKET

The art market is a world in itself, and often goes unmentioned within the discussion of what art is being created, but it is an undeniable force which is driving what is being created now. In 2014, the market had a record year, with Christie's leading the way, having announced art sales of $8.4 billion,…

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SEVEN MOST CONTROVERSIAL FILMS

For this list, we will not only be looking at films that sought to shock audiences and critics alike, but also those that were the subject of much public scrutiny and political censorship, and yet still have managed to endure, creating a lasting legacy for their controversial content. 7) Last Tango in Paris (1972) Starting…

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99 HOMES’ WORLD IS VERY CLOSE TO OURS – SUNDANCE REVIEW

99 Homes, directed by Ramin Bahrani (Chop Shop), is a riveting new look into the sleazy underbelly of real estate and the horrors of foreclosure amidst the economic recession. Before Ramin Bahrani screened 99 Homes, previously screened at the Toronto Film Festival, at this year’s Sundance Film Festival he spoke of how “the world was…

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“EXPERIMENTER” HITS SUNDANCE – STARRING PETER SARSGAARD & WINONA RYDER – REVIEW

Michael Almereyda’s seventh film at Sundance, Experimenter, is a film that asks more questions than answers them. As Almereyda (2001’s Hamlet, Trance) stated before the film began, Stanley Milgram, the film’s biopic subject, was “better at asking questions than answering them.” The film does exactly the same by asking questions, but on the surface. In the vein of films…

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LAURA MARLING TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM TITLED “SHORT MOVIE”

Laura Marling will release her new album, Short Movie, through Ribbon Music on March 24.  The album is Marling's fifth in seven years, effectively marking this barely 25-year-old a precocious and prolific songwriter. Recording since the age of 17, Marling's output has established her as a well-respected artist, and an emblem of the UK roots-revival scene, with a…

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BECAUSE A GETAWAY IS ALWAYS THE BEST OPTION

Sometimes life can feel like a little too much to deal with. You can’t handle your noisy neighbors, the not-even-a-single-bit-friendly boss stresses you out 24/7, your family doesn't give you a break… Man or woman, young or old, at some point we all catch ourselves thinking about having a break from routine. When this happens,…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2015 SAG AWARDS

On January 25th some of the biggest names in Hollywood joined forces to celebrate the 21st Screen Actors Guild awards. Members of the Screen Actors Guild union voted for what they all agreed to be the best in film and television from this past year, fueling the fire of speculation to who will take home an Oscar. After…

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