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
David Goldblatt’s black and white photographs depicts life and conditions during apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa. The Strange Instrument exhibition at Pace Gallery in New York features 45 vintage prints from Goldblatt that offers the artist’s view of the beauty, brutality and humanity in everyday lives under those conditions. “The camera is a strange instrument.… Continue reading Strange Instrument
The classic Italian style and craftsmanship of Natuzzi Italia is a blend of innovation, function, design, materials and colors for harmonious living. It began almost 60 years ago in a small workshop in Puglia, Italy and has grown to be the largest furniture brand in Italy with over 500 stores worldwide. Quality of materials, comfort… Continue reading Natuzzi Italia
Texworld USA is back for another great showcase of trends in fashion and home with the most diverse presentation to date. The introduction to the NY show of Fashionsustain aims to find dynamic solutions to social and environmental problems offering fundamental transformation to the apparel and home industries. This movement goes beyond the wonderful Texworld… Continue reading Texworld In July
Today was the 13th annual Dance Parade in New York City, promoting dance as an unifying and expressive art form. The parade featured more than 80 unique styles and had one of the world’s largest display of cultural diversity in dance.
How to brighten up a bleak and rainy New York day? Have the 38th annual India Day Parade on Madison Avenue. Culture, Color, Design and Style.
New York City Design Week continues with WantedDesign hosted at Industry City, Brooklyn and Terminal Stores, New York City. WantedDesign offers a platform for up-and-coming design studios, independent designers and established brands to tell their stories reaching a new and wider audience. As globally inclusive show they have brands from Turkey, USA, China, Chile, El… Continue reading WantedDesign
ICFF New York 2018 is back with some of the best in luxury furniture, lighting, bathroom and hardware design among other products. This is the 30th Show showcasing global design with more than 36,000 interior designers, architects, retailers, representatives, distributors, developers, manufacturers, store designers, and visual merchandisers in attendance at the Javits Center in New… Continue reading Fabulous Design
Korean artist Lee Ufan’s From Line No. 800152 oil and mineral pigment on canvas, 1980. Phillips Auction, NY.