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VIDEO : Peek into Bergdorf Goodman’s Holiday Windows

We're posting this video as a sneak peek into our upcoming blog post on Bergdorf Goodman's always-anticipated holiday windows, which this year offer a lavish tribute to the various forms of visual and performing arts. In case you're wondering, we used the Apple iMovie App's Blockbuster Filter to stylize and add music to this clip, a process which took less than five minutes from ... Continue reading ›

Professional photographer. Book lover. Art enthusiast.

in Blog, NYC, Photography, Sculpture

Kara Walker : An Instagram Homage

Just sharing this Instagram photo I snapped en route to the Metropolitan Museum earlier this morning. As I walked up Fifth Avenue, I got to Grand Army Plaza and found myself admiring the Pulitzer Fountain backlit against the gleaming Plaza Hotel. The noontime sunlight had created a stark silhouette of the sculpture of Pomona, the Roman goddess of abundance, created by ... Continue reading ›

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in Blog, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Stencil, Street art

Pucker up // 16 Famous Kisses in the History of Art

They're kissing, we're telling.... Here are some of the most iconic kisses in the history of art, as seen by our favorite Masters. Which one is your favorite? Continue reading ›

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in Art Exhibition, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Art News, DUMBO Arts Festival 2011, Events, Photography

3 Must-see Photography Exhibits at DUMBO Arts Festival 2011

  With the Dumbo Arts Festival just a few days away, we thought of putting together our top three recommendations for all you photography enthusiasts who want to make the most out of your visit. 1.  ED KASHI : A PHOTOJOURNALIST'S PERSPECTIVE For over 20 years, award-winning photographer Ed Kashi has gripped the world with his compelling still images ... Continue reading ›

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100 Artists Selected for Brooklyn Art Project Quarterly #1

Choosing art for the first issue of the BAP Quarterly was no easy task. There were literally hundreds of excellent entries from around the world to choose from. In the end, I chose an eclectic mixture of works that evinced a mixture of high technical chops, alluring concept and great composition. Drawing, painting, multi-media, sculpture, illustration, etc ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Events, Exhibitions, Photography, Rising Stars

6 top picks for the 2011 NY Photo Festival

We're incredibly excited for the 2011 NY Photo Festival, seems like it gets better every year - this time around is no exception. There are exhibitions all throughout DUMBO (click here for map & additional info). Tickets are available at 1 Main Street Storefront. There are also some great lectures by Apeture, Artlog, CCNY, Parsons, NYPH and ... Continue reading ›

in Art Exhibition, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Art News, Collaborative Exhibitions, Competitions, Emerging Artists, Exhibitions, Illustration, James Cospito, Member work, NYC, Openings, Painting, Performance art, Photography, Sculpture, Street art

Thadius Says

Thadius is a brave-hearted little dude with a lot to say — albeit one word at a time and chosen carefully, so do pay attention. A self-proclaimed freak, Thadius is in search of like minded peeps for the revolution —  come strut outside of convention and for all that is good and righteous — dance, play and ... Continue reading ›

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Join BAP at Burning Man 2010 | Open Call WDYDWYD?

"wdydwyd?" Juried Art Exhibit Burning Man 2010 | Deadline: July 26 Get more info on how to submit here In collaboration with Brooklyn Art Project, wdydwyd? is mounting a juried exhibition at Burning Man — an event that brings over 50,000 people to a prehistoric lake bed for one of the world’s largest and most avant-garde ... Continue reading ›