Sunday, September 15, 2019

Julian Hibbard gives us Noir A-Z.

The death of John Dillenger, infamous bank robber known for his graceful movements during heists such as, leaping over counters and high-speed car chases...

Okay, we went to the Armory too, but are Galleries still relevant?

So last night was the last night of the Armory spectacle. To be clear we rather enjoyed the whole experience, the artists, the dealers,...

Sally Shan. More than just a Club Promoter?

It’s just after two in the morning and I’ve been ignoring the text on my phone all week when I finally capitulate. I’m walking...

Why French People Love McDonald’s and for that matter the USA.

In Paris, people obey the rules. Take, for example, the Luxembourg Gardens, the city's prettiest and most prominent public park, where people actually resign...

Why you should be in Berlin.

We’ve been hearing it for ages now, but is it really true? Your mighty self better pack itself off to Berlin and make the...

Drew Tal giving us Sublime, Bliss and the Ethereal.

If one were to observe Drew Tal’s photograph’s they would walk away with the feeling of a monastic like experience. Serene, humbling and a...

Batsheva Dance Company leaves us Mesmerized at BAM.

Curtain rises, absolute stillness. Women are in a deep knee bend in front of men, statis dripping in the air between them (and us,...

B-lining for the Quadruple kisses at the Armory’s launch party.

The Armory Show 2009 preview party held at MoMA proved to be a New York borough mixology of sorts. From Williamsburg hipsters adorned in regal mustaches,...

Hank Willis Thomas: Pitch Blackness

  The issue of race is not black and white. And what isn’t grey is the fact that this fictitious idea of “race”...

Katya Leonovich: The Night of Shooting Stars and Seeing Small.

The impulsive exploratory instinct constantly churning within us was turned on high at the L Gallery retrospective of Katya Leonovich’s work. The trick of...

Fixx makes it to Scope.

SCOPE, for the most part, has always been the minor league to the Armory Show’s majors.  You go, you have a good time, and...

Rogues, Rebels and Renegades: The Art of an Outlaw Interview with Filmmaker Hilton Ruiz.

This past Tuesday afternoon I made my way to the Lower East Side to visit filmmaker Hilton Ruiz for a private screening and conversation...

MY HEART AND SOUL WILL ALWAYS BURN FOR YOU AT LEAST A 100,000 TIMES...

So you think you've got girl trouble worse than the other guy? You know what, you just might... But allow me to assuage your...

Davide Balula: American Wall Nut 

For Davide Balula, all that it takes to make a captivating art piece is… a utility closet? In a city where the intangible emptiness...

The Etiquette of Taking Tea.

Pinkies Up! Scallywag Takes Tea for Two. What ever happened to the art of high tea? Sure, it’s still a staple in England, France, and...