Tag: Art

March 17, 2013

Snow day at Sotheby’s

February may have been Fashion month, but March is Art month. Even though it is indeed about time for Spring, yesterday it was snowing/raining. Either way, my plans included heading to Sotheby’s for a Chinese art tour.


February 18, 2013

Macy’s rings in the Year of the Snake

The first Lunar New Year reception that I attended this year was at Macy’s in Herald Square. Macy’s!- A familiar building that I’ve passed and visited so many times, now has new memories.


January 11, 2013

We found Hope in a Loveless place

It’s easy to get caught up in the New York hustle: we all have our own things to do, places to go, people to see. Sometimes it really does seem like a jungle out there where it is every man for himself. We often put ourselves first or become selfish and we allow relationships with others to fizzle on the backburner. In the aftermath of…

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December 31, 2012

Warhol at the Met

I was invited to a Regarding Warhol, Sixty Artist Fifty Years exhibition viewing and reception to take place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art November 8, 2012. However, due to Hurricane Sandy, it was postponed to a later date. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending what was probably the best party at the Met I have attended to date.


October 30, 2012

Artistic leaning

If you are somewhere in the Northeast and waited/waiting for Sandy to pass like I was, your windows probably looked something like this. For hours… By this time you are probably quite aware that when it rains, it drips. When it drips, it blurs. When it blurs, you wipe or squeegee.


August 28, 2012

No explanation necessary

You can see the exhibit “Signs and Symbols” at the Whitney Museum after waiting in line and then paying admission but street art is ubiquitous and free, just look around. Here are photos I have taken myself of street art within the past couple of months. (I’ve been really into street art these days) Presenting: my own exhibit of “Sign and Symbols” if you will.


August 25, 2012

This way to Happiness

Saw these “signs” written on the wall and sidewalk as I was out and about the city this morning. It makes you realize how easily you can become jaded here (or anywhere else). These reminded me of a quote that I came across from a book I read earlier this summer: This year I will..: How to Finally Change a Habit, Keep a Resolution, or…

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