Once an infamous hub of artistic freedom and creative expression, home to Basquiat and Allen Ginsberg, the Lower East Side is hardly the ugly stepsister of Manhattan’s west side.Read More
Musings on Amy Brener’s debut solo exhibition, on view now at Jack Barrett Gallery.Read More
A conversation with ceramicist Christiana Whitcomb
Walking into the infinity room, it was as if Kusama had distilled the entire galaxy of stars into a single box.Read More
Take a look at my guide for ideas on where to eat, shop, people watch and a number of cultural must-sees around the Latin Quarter of Paris!Read More
Tis officially the season! And the city of lights takes on a whole new meaning during the holidays.
Joyeux Noël à tous et à toutes!
Even more stunning than the awe-inspiring Frank Gehry building is what’s currently being shown inside the Fondation: two monumental expositions of the exceptional artists Egon Schiele and Jean-Michel Basquiat.Read More
Get a sense of Montmartre’s rich and varied history through my walking tour of this vibrant quartier.Read More
You can’t help being hit with a wave of inspiration as you enter the gardens at La Fondation Claude Monet. There seem to be as many colors as there are flowers; thousands of petals growing upwards and outwards into one another and across an expanse of green.Read More