If someone ever told you your sneakers look like a work of art, their statement now holds some serious validity. To see an awe-inspiring display of history’s greatest kicks, sneaker enthusiasts flocked to the Brooklyn Museum this week to see the debut of “Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture.” The exhibition, which … Continue reading A Day at the Gallery: “Out of the Box: the Rise of Sneaker Culture”
Our latest day at the gallery was spent at the Museum of Modern Art in New York for “Andy Warhol: ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ and Other Works, 1953-1967.” The space welcomes attendees to Warhol’s work dating back to 1953, nearly a decade before his soup cans series. Freshly relocated from Pittsburgh, Warhol spent these years working … Continue reading A Day at the Gallery: “Andy Warhol: ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ and Other Works,1953-1967″
Art aficionados ferried their way across the East River in New York this weekend for the biggest and (by popular opinion)best contemporary art fair. Now in its fourth year, the Frieze Art Fair held in Randall’s Island Park serves as an opportunity for New Yorkers to get a glimpse at what over 190 galleries from … Continue reading A Day at the Gallery: the Frieze Art Fair ’15
“Ladies and gentleman this is your announcer inviting you to another episode of ‘celebrity heroin addict!’ The show that says ‘Oh, no! Not him! I had no idea!’” This somber note, scribbled on a notebook page gives exhibition-goers a unique and never before seen look at the legendary, late Jean-Michel Basquiat. Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks … Continue reading A Day at the Gallery for “Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks”
Don C, the man behind the luxury sportswear label Just Don, made his name through his line of python-brimmed hats, the success of which has provided him the opportunity for collaboration with Jordan Brand on multiple sneakers. The latest project connecting Don C and Jordan Brand is the Don C x Air Jordan 2 “Beach”, … Continue reading Sneaker Shopping With Don C.
Kieth Lemley’s first New York City solo exhibit “Arboreal” unites material, light, and architecture to create a scene contrasting natural and synthetic. One inspiration Lemley often seeks is the fundamental geometry that makes up the universe we live in. With his large angular neon installations, Lemley achieves the unity of space through light and line. … Continue reading At the Gallery with Keith Lemley for “Arboreal”