Highlighting our differences in the right way. Greetings and Mabuhay from the 2017 Philippine Independence Day Parade, New York City. Culture, food, colors, good times and great people at the parade despite the overcast sky.
It’s much easier to LOVE than to hate. Sending love to all of England, we stand with you!
Found this image of my grandmother’s veranda while scrolling through my picture file. Lots of fond memories growing up there at the beginning of my childhood. It was THE family meeting place with an extensive parade of family friends/acquaintances passing through. A small house made larger by its very long history and countless life stories/events… Continue reading Veranda Memories
Christopher Street in New York City is considered an Ellis Island for gender identity. Famed photographer Mark Seliger presents a brilliant series of black and white images about the people and their complex stories with Christopher Street as the backdrop. The exhibition is a celebration of the neighborhood and the LGBTQ community with Seliger commenting that “Their faces are… Continue reading On Christopher Street
That Day: Laura Wilson – Pictures in the American West, Phillips Auction New York. These breathtaking photographs highlighting the American West is a traveling exhibition that chronicles the three-decades-long work of extraordinary artist Laura Wilson. This exploration of the United States shows Wilson’s masterful view of the Great Plains and the Western landscape. The images… Continue reading That Day
Your Shape photo exhibit by Italian photographer Roberto Chierici along with Erika Arosio in New York’s Atlantic Gallery. The exhibit shows the unique styling of the Italian beard that became a dynamic trend. The beautiful and at times witty images present yet another reason to love Italian style and design. Images were styled by Robert Briscolini… Continue reading Your Shape
Marilyn Minter – Pretty / Dirty exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in New York is a resounding must see. For over forty years Minter has been a controversial figure in her relationship to art, feminism fashion and celebrity. Some of her pieces are a bit too risqué to include in this post, but the brilliant… Continue reading Pretty / Dirty
Japanese illustrator Makoto Endo’s ink paintings of motorcycles. Wonderful detail and impressive work at Indian Larry Motorcycles Grease Monkey Block Party.
Thirteenth Annual Indian Larry Grease Monkey Block Party – Brooklyn, New York. Always a great event to end the summer…bikes, choppers, fun, food, fashion, music, beer and more!
Photographer Mel Rosenthal lived in the South Bronx, New York at time of downward transformation. This was happening during the 1970s due to loss of manufacturing jobs and municipal services, plummeting property values, rampant arson and the exodus of residents. His striking images are about the people who had to live through those tough times… Continue reading The Past Doesn’t Always Dictate The Future