Marveling at the latest iteration of Tom Friedman’s Looking Up sculpture, this one in Rockefeller Center, NY with Luhring Augustine New York and Stephen Friedman Gallery London. Always great to see public art even during heavy snow in NYC.
Most of us will be happy to see 2020 go as it has been an exceedingly difficult and dangerous year here and around the world. Many of our normal routines have been upended to something different including New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, NY. There were not the massive crowds of past years, but… Continue reading Goodbye 2020!
Wishing everyone a very Happy Holidays and a very Merry Christmas.
Glimpse of the lighting ceremony of the Rockefeller Tree Lighting ceremony in NYC last night. To avoid crowds due to COVID-19 you will have to get a reservation to view the tree, will be worth the wait.
2020 has been a very difficult and very different year for just about everything including the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This year gone are the huge crowds, school marching bands and the majority of balloon handlers, but the show did go on. Looking forward to next year when things will hopefully get back to normal.
Mayor de Blasio of NYC holds Media Availability press conference to update New Yorkers on what’s happening today during the election and what the results may mean to the city and state. No matter what your political views are make your voice be heard by voting today!
Founded in 2013 by Dana Glaeser, Slightly Alabama is a brand of leather goods and a small atelier producing limited quantity leather bags, wallets, belts, cases and accessories. Along with Arthouse Books, this well curated store in NYC offers a mix of handcrafted American made goods, vintage records, first edition books and a few wonderful… Continue reading Slightly Alabama
In view now at the Met Museum in NY – Jacob Lawerence: The American Struggle. Lawrence said the paintings depicted “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.” They were painted at the height of the Cold War and Joseph McCarthy’s Red Scare, which also coincided with… Continue reading Jacob Lawerence: The American Struggle
For a limited time in New York you can see artists at work in the inaugural High Line Nine Artist Residency produced by the High Line Nine and Sugarlift. There are five galleries transformed into living storefronts giving the viewer the rare opportunity to walk through the High Line Nine corridor and purchase artwork by… Continue reading Vicky Barranguet Art