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Spring is coming, get inspired by Music

Spring is coming, get inspired by Music

The imaginary Japanese-pop band shot by Scandebergs   A wardrobe inspired by music ‘Hyper KENZO’ Zipped Polo Tiny Kalifornia Hyper Kenzo T-shirt KENZO leather Logo Backpack

Modern Luxury Meets ’70s Cool Bottega Veneta

Modern Luxury Meets ’70s Cool Bottega Veneta

      The fluid, oversize silhouette of this silk coat expresses effortless sophistication. The style features voluminous raglan sleeves and notched lapels, and is detailed with the collection’s graceful mini eyelet embroidery along the seams. The crisp silk fabric is treated for a water-repellent […]

Ring in the New Year in Times Square for the Iconic Ball Drop and Additional Celebrations

Ring in the New Year in Times Square for the Iconic Ball Drop and Additional Celebrations


—Approximately One Million Expected to Gather in Times Square for Iconic Ball Drop with Additional Celebrations Taking Place Across All Five Boroughs Plus Activities for New Year’s Day 2018—

NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization for New York City, toasts all visitors who intend to gather in Times Square for its iconic ball drop and highlights celebrations of interest across the boroughs for New Year’s Eve. Upon the joyous occasion of the holidays, the City’s celebrations remain timeless.

“Every New Year’s Eve, millions of visitors come to New York City to experience the unique vibrancy and excitement of our five-borough destination,” said Fred Dixon, NYC & Company’s president and CEO.“We invite travelers to explore Times Square during its biggest spotlight moment and to take advantage of the many other events happening throughout the City’s neighborhoods.”

Highlighted below are highly anticipated celebrations in Times Square and beyond where locals and travelers will raise glasses, toast the past and usher in the new year from borough to shining borough.

Times Square:

Seven-foot-tall numbers “1” and “8” in 2-0-1-8 are now in Times Square for public photo opportunities through this Friday, December 22. Information available here.

On December 28 from noon to 1pm, locals and visitors will gather in the Broadway Plaza on Times Square for Good Riddance Day, as bad memories from 2017 are torn apart to make room for the new year, with help from Shred-It.

In the lead up to the big night, through December 29, visitors can visit the Wishing Wall to note their hopes, dreams and goals for 2018 on the confetti that will be released at midnight to float over Midtown and the approximately one million visitors who congregate in Times Square for the ball drop.

The11,875-pound ball, covered with 2,688 Waterford Crystal triangles, is capable of a palette of more than 16 million kaleidoscopic colors and is mounted atop One Times Square. As it descends at the countdown, a host of nearby venues will serve up new years’ cheer with a view, available here.

Worldwide viewers (estimated at over one billion) will join the revelry by tuning into Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest in Times Square, which will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy with performances by Camila Cabello, Nick Jonas and Sugarland planned.

The Times Square New Year’s Eve Live celebration will formally open with a performance by the Tongliang Athletics Dragon Dance thanks to a partnership with Chongqing, China. Multi-Platinum Pop Singer and Songwriter Andy Grammer will headline the musical lineup. Country music singer-songwriter Lauren Alaina will perform a selection of her number one hits and dance crew Kinjaz will also present numbers.

Viewers around the world can also visit, and to watch the annual event.

From east to west, Midtown hotels will ring in 2018 with grand revelry and guests in lavish attire. High above the lights of Fifth Avenue, The Peninsula New York’s Salon de Ning will be transformed into a chic sky-lit penthouse with the East Terrace enclosed and heated, a performance by UK rock and pop cover band The Chip Shop Boys plus ball drop projection at midnight.

Right in the heart of Times Square, the New York Marriott Marquis will host a five-course dinner, unlimited premium open bar and entertainment at
The View Restaurant & Lounge, with 360-degree views revolving completely every hour overlooking Times Square.

One block to the west, The Sanctuary Hotel New York’s Haven Rooftop will offer group packages for its heated and tented New Year’s Eve party. Guests will enjoy a DJ from 8pm to 2am, a prix-fixe dinner and top shelf open bar.

An NYC & Company guide to New Year’s Eve in Times Square is here.

Best September Events in NYC

Best September Events in NYC

New York City in the Fall         The start of fall brings museum exhibitions, festivals and season openings—including those of the New York Philharmonic, Met Opera and New York City Ballet. The Jewish Museum displays rarely seen works of Italian-Jewish artist Amedeo […]

Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Michelangelo´s Masterpiece masquerades Santiago Calatrava´s Oculus in New York City. The recently inaugurated Oculus structure, by renowned starchitect Santiago Calatrava, now boats works of art that bodes well with its granduer. The 4 billion dollar structure is already Manhattan´s latest […]

Georgia O Keeffe Modern Living at the Brooklyn Museum

Georgia O Keeffe Modern Living at the Brooklyn Museum

Georgia O Keeffe

“Art should not be separate from life”

by Sebastian Marc
Alfred Stieglitz (American, 1864–1946). Georgia O’Keeffe, Prospect Mountain, Lake George, 1927. Gelatin silver print, 4? x 3? in. (11.8 x 9.3 cm). National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1980.70.223. © Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington
“National Gallery of Art, Washington, Alfred Stieglitz Collection”

Georgia O Keefe is without a doubt one of the most important American artists of the 20th century and female artists of all time. O Keeffe and her outstanding position on American Art are to be attributed not only to her work but to her striking personality. Few people could command such a legendary and autonomous lifestyle in the desolate desserts of New Mexico like O´Keeffe. Not only did her career span over half a century. One of seven children O´Keeffe was raised in a farm in the Mid West. Her bond with the environment has been consistent throughout her life. Her move to New York and her studies at the Art Students League in 1907 exposed O´Keeffe to the wonders and perils of being a female artist in the 20th century art world. There she would get her first glimpse of the works of Braque and Picasso and meet one of the most important figures in her life , and husband, Alfred Stieglitz. O, Keefe quickly grew out of her studies and the conventional approach to art and ventured to Chicago for a career in commercial art , designing logos and advertisements.  In 1912 O´Keeffe enrolled herself into the university of Virginia where she would be inspired by the teachings of Arthur W. Davos. His Eastern ideals of painting inspired O´Keeffe to produce work that personified unique personal experiences into abstract forms.

“I said to myself, I have things in my head that are not like what anyone has taught me – shapes and ideas so near to me- so natural to my way of being and thinking that it hasn’t occurred to me to put them down. I decided to start anew- to strip away what I had been taught- to accept as true my own thinking. I was alone and singularly free, working into my own, unknown- no one to satisfy but myself.”

Georgia O´kEEFFE

Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887–1986). Pool in the Woods, Lake George, 1922. Pastel on paper, 17 x 27½ in. (43.3 x 69.9 cm). Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, N.C.; Gift of Barbara B. Millhouse in memory of E. Carter, Nancy Susan Reynolds, and Winifred Babcock, 1984.2.9. Courtesy of Reynolda House Museum of American Art, affiliated with Wake Forest University. © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

O´Keefe´s new work won praise in New York and especially charmed Alfred Stieglitz.  She would continue to exhibit her work at Stieglitz gallery 291. He branded  O´Keefe´s work as  “the purist, finest sincerest things that have entered the 291 in a long while”.   O´Keefe´s return to New York, from Texas, enabled a great bond and affection to develop between the two.  Stieglitz support enabled O´Keefe to devote herself exclusively to painting. The next decades would see O´Keeffe continue to develop her relationship with the environment around her. O´Keeffe would continue to express herself in her own abstract form.  Painting the skyscrapers of Madison avenue to the barren landscapes of New Mexico. Without a doubt O´Keeffe´s legacy on American 20th century art is unquantifiable as her iconic persona and artistic style not only broke the mold but it enabled other female artists to follow in her footsteps.

Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887-1986). Manhattan, 1932. Oil on canvas, 84? x 48¼ in. (214.3 x 122.6 cm). Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.; Gift of The Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation, 1995.3.1. (Photo: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C./Art Resource, NY)

“A flower is relatively small. Everyone has many associations with a flower-the idea of flowers. So I said to myself- I´ll paint what i see- what the flower is to me but I´ll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking time to look at it..”

Georgia O´Keeffe

Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887–1986). Ram’s Head, White Hollyhock—Hills (Ram’s Head and White Hollyhock, New Mexico), 1935. Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 in. (76.2 x 91.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Bequest of Edith and Milton Lowenthal, 1992.11.28. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum)

The Brooklyn Museum latest exhibition Georgia O´Keeffe  Living Modern makes a personal homage to O´Keeffe and her life as an artist and persona. The exhibition expands what is commonly known about O Keeffe by articulately analysing her life on the camera and behind it. The exhibition sheds light on her independent lifestyle in the New Mexico dessert and her unique style featuring a collection of her garments and rare photographs by her husband Alfred Stieglitz.  The exhibition also is a testament to O´Keeffe´s first ever gallery exhibition which was also hosted at the Brooklyn museum in 1927. This exhibition is a must for fans of O´Keeffe. Its attention to detail to the women behind the canvas and her unique approach to life is a truly inspirational experience that will challenge people´s interpretations of O´Keeffe and 20th Century American art.


Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887–1986). Patio with Cloud, 1956. Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 in. (91.4 x 76.2 cm). Milwaukee Art Museum; Gift of Mrs. Edward R. Wehr, M1957.10. © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. (Photo: P. Richard Eells)


Georgia O Keeffe Modern Living

March 3rd – July 23rd 2017

The Brooklyn Museum New York City


Christies Auction “The Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis Cartier Tank”

Christies Auction “The Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis Cartier Tank”

Christies Auction “The Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis Cartier Tank” By Sebastian Marc On the 23rd of June Christie´s New York Watches is set to auction a very unique timepiece Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Cartier Tank and accompanying painting by Jackie herself. The Cartier Tank was one of […]

Madison Gallery Walk

Madison Gallery Walk

Madison Avenue Gallery Walk   Madison Avenue Gallery walk invites art collectors and aficionados access to more than 50 renowned galleries on Madison Avenue and neighboring 57th street.     The art walk provides a perfect opportunity to mignle with art collectors, curators and experts. […]

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