Casa Brasil exhibition in SoHo, New York this month brought together some of the finest artisans and designers from Brazil. To much acclaim they were able to highlight their creativity, culture and craftsmanship in the various pieces on display. The exhibit had furniture and home decor pieces from 20+ companies and 22 Brazilian designers. Many… Continue reading Casa Brasil in SoHo New York
It’s art season in New York – so many great shows and exhibitions on view for art lovers and collectors alike from various genres. The creativity among the various artists seem limitless with new interpretations and new ideas in works ever more pleasing to the eye in each exhibition. Shows at times can be a… Continue reading VOLTA Art Fair New York: Discover. Connect. Collect.
The Photography Show presented by AIPAD in New York that ended yesterday was a visual feast of creative works from some of the finest photographers worldwide. The Show was held at Center415 in midtown with 49 galleries from 9 countries and 23 cities, all members of the prestigious Association of Photography and Art Dealers known… Continue reading Fine Art at The Photography Show
ICFF x WantedDesign Manhattan show in New York this week featured over 300 established and emerging design brands from more than 25 countries at the Javits Convention Center. The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), is North America’s leading show for contemporary furnishing design, with an emphasis on original and sustainable products. WantedDesign Manhattan is dedicated… Continue reading ICFF x WantedDesign Manhattan
New York City hosted today the first Asian American and Pacific Islander Cultural and Heritage Parade as part of a month-long celebration of the people of this community. As the fastest growing demographic in the USA, Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are a major part of the creative and business growth of New York… Continue reading Multi-Cultural Celebration
The first Japan Parade in New York City made its way down Central Park West on Saturday marking the 150th anniversary of the Japanese mission to the United States in 1872. The parade was founded to build and strengthen the appreciation and awareness of cultural understanding between the local Japanese communities and New York City.… Continue reading Japan Parade