Banksy: Public Nuisance #1

As if New York City needed anything more to be a hipster’s paradise, this month it has been blessed with Banksy. For those of you out of touch with useless information, Banksy is a “street artist” who travels the world and graffiti’s walls. He is for some reason respected as an artist but let’s think…

2013 Fall Affordable Art Fair

Van Gogh and da Vinci are names that will pass on throughout times. Their pieces will forever be engraved in our minds as the original classics that left the world in awe, whether by their portrayals of a scream, or a smile. But just because contemporary artists have both ears intact, and are not complete…

Andrew J. Nemr: Tip Tap

  Andrew J. Nemr, a protégé of the late Gregory Hines- tap dance extraordinaire is a person worth knowing. Why you ask?  If you have never seen Andrew’s performance, then you are missing out on life and speaking to him is a delight as well. So it’s only fair to be part of his event at The…

National Academy’s 2013 Spring Gala Honors Christo on 5/16

The National Academy will be hosting their 2013 Spring Gala on May 16th. The National Academy is a community of artists, students, museum-goers, and supporters of the arts. Since 1825, the National Academy Museum, School, and association of esteemed artists and architects—National Academicians—have been united in the common goal of bringing art to all through…

Gutai: Let’s Play at the Guggenheim

Once upon a time, there is wonderful museum called the Guggenheim and this our next stop for fun. Now, for those who are not familiar with this NYC landmark, it sits on the lofty Upper East Side of Manhattan. And before we go on, this is the homage and continued respect for the genius mastermind…

The Nook Brings Renewed Design to Princeton

If you’re looking for something this Holiday season for the art lover in your life, head on down to The Nook in Princeton, New Jersey.  Carrying everything to decorate from “cottage to mansion”, (including vintage clothing and costume jewelry) The Nook specializes in great gifting options. Great options include antiques, original artwork, vintage apparel, unique lamps/light fixtures,…

Khaled Dajani: NYC’s Music Melting Pot

Alternative world fusion. That’s right, it’s a genre. And Palestinian musician Khaled Dajani fits right into, if not defines it entirely. With his first guitar around age 11, Dajani popped his songwriter cherry with the obligatory Nirvana-esque songs characteristic of a teen metalhead planting his roots in the music soil. Years later, he has created a perfect blend of…

PushMethod: The Method Behind the Madness

On more than one occasion, the observation has been made that the most amazing and beautiful art is produced directly from the soul. Though he agrees with this general statement, PushMethod’s Tavis Eaton’s view on creating great art is a bit different. According to Eaton, “When it really comes from the soul, you don’t know…