Saturday, December 26, 2009

NYE PARTY celebrate 2010 is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC!!

Alex English + DJ Omri

@ Caffe Bar in the Maritime Hotel


Maritime Hotel, New Year's Eve December 31st



Two of our favorite DJs, Alex English and Omri will be banging out all the rock'n'roll, electro and party jams we've all been digging this year at The Caffe Bar in the Maritime Hotel. This comfortable and conveniently located venue has played host to some great NYE parties in the past...and at $15 (with an hour open bar), these tickets aren't going to last long...



Tickets available CLICK HERE

1 Hour vodka open bar, Champagne toast at midnight



Caffe Bar in the Maritime Hotel

88 9th Avenue 
Doors 9pm. 19+ w/I.D.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

NYE 2010 PARTY is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

The bloc Group presents

HOTEL ON RIVINGTON 2010

December 31st, 2009 @ 9PM

5 Hour Premium Open Bar

New Year's Eve Celebration

CLICK HERE for full details

Purchase Tickets at BlocGroupNYE.com

THE HOTEL ON RIVINGTON

107 Rivington Street

between Ludlow Street & Essex Street

Lower East Side, NYC

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Holiday Party with Giant Step is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

Celebrate Holiday Party/Music event with Giant Step
at the Hudson Hotel
date : Monday, December 14
time : 7-11PM
see location on invite below (click to enlarge image)

Monday, November 30, 2009

Fahion (Trunk) Show in Dumbo by Chris Leeann Boutique is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

This Saturday December 5th, 2009
Chris Leeann Boutique presents
The Ultimate Trunk SHow
at the Dumbo Loft
155 Water Street, Dumbo Brooklyn
4:00pm-9:00pm
(NO RSVP needed)
click below on invite for enlarge image to view detail & more info

Art Opening at the SHOWROOM is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

"THE GENERATIONS"
Opening Reception
Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
@theshowroomnyc 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
117 2nd Ave, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10003

click invite below for enlarge image

Monday, November 16, 2009

ART FOR GOOD CAUSE IS WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

DON'T MISS THIS EVENT "FIRE & WATER"
Art Show & Music for Fundraiser :Typhoon Relief,
this Friday, November 20, 2009
9pm - 4am
at REWIND 137 Essex, in Lower Ease Side, NYC
(between Rivington & Stanton)

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Art Group Show is What's Good in NYC

2 Exhibitions this week!!
Nov. 20th, opening reception of
POP ART & DIE FABRIK
7-9PM
click on invite below for more details
and on Nov 21, 2009
Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration presents
"LIVE TO CHANGE SOMETHING THRU ART"
opening reception 4-7pm
click on invite below for location & more info

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Giant Step Party at Hudson Hotel is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

Monday 11/16/2009 at Hudson Hotel, NYC
Giant Step presents DJ Spinna, party start 7pm-11pm
click below for enlarge invite

Monday, November 9, 2009

Art Show at Deitch Projects is What's Good in NYC

"SPLITTING TWILIGHT" by artist "KRISTIN BAKER"
at Deitch Projects, Soho NYC
November 5- November 19, 2009
Kristin Baker is bending painting’s seeming limitations. By emphasizing the materiality of paint through her built up layers of troweled acrylic, Baker’s paintings approach other two-dimensional practices such as printmaking, photography and paper assemblage. Her compositions combine illusionistic and pictorial space as well as blatantly artificial forms and surfaces. Each mark and shape is created not by a brush but by an outline of torn tape. The final silhouette is filled in with paint, and when the tape is ripped away, a free-floating “gesture” or “mark” is added to the piece. These shapes are layered together to make forms and landscapes or scraped away to reveal the colors underneath. Layers of these joints create tufts, grooves and corrugated surfaces that approximate collage or even the planar aggregation of 3D digital imaging techniques. Using scraping tools Baker rubs, abrades and smoothes until the surface is like an x-ray of the past.









Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Art Opening at Deitch Gallery is What's Good in NYC

Don't miss the opening reception this week!
artist : KRISTIN BAKER
SPLITTING TWILIGHT
NOVEMBER 5 - DECEMBER 19, 2009

OPENING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 6 - 9 PM
DEITCH PROJECTS

212 343 7300
WWW.DEITCH.COM

Friday, October 23, 2009

Industrial Design Exhibit at MOMA is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

"Ron Arad" is one of the most influential designers of our time. His daredevil approach to form, structure, technology, and materials in work that spans the disciplines of industrial design, sculpture, architecture, and mixed-medium installation.
Don't miss this special installation at MOMA, show is currently up.
*scroll down for more industrial design, besides Ron Arad*


















Less Lamp prototype 2007
by Designer : Jordi Canudas, Spanish born 1975
material : Plaster

Porca Miseria Chandelier 1994
by designer : Ingo Maurer, German born 1932
material : Metal and porcelain

Pillola Lamps 1968
by designers : Cesare Casati, Italian born 1936
and C. Emanuele Ponzio, Italian born 1923
material : ABS and acrylic plastic

"OBJECT"
Fur-covered cup, saucer, and spoon, Paris 1936
by designer : Meret Oppenheim, Swiss 1913-1985

Headscarf 2003
by designer : Galya Rosenfeld, Israeli born 1977
Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Israel, est. 1906
material : Stainless steel

Sunday, October 18, 2009

CMJ 2009 Music Showcase Event is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

CMJ Music Showcase 2009
Don't miss this year CMJ event,
OCT. 24th : 9pm-4am
at BLVD 199 Bowery NYC
free w/RSVP, click here : RSVP
click below to view artists list.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Art Exhibit & Networking Event are WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

This Saturday, October 17th 2009
visit Joshua Liner Gallery
for an Art Opening reception of
time : 6-9pm
show run from Oct 17 - Nov 14, 2009
location : 548 W 28th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC
Click below for enlarge image & more info


And Monday, October 19th, 2009
join the Blend, a network party
at Gallery Bar, 120 Orchard Street,
b/w Delancey & Rivington, NYC
time : 7-9pm
Complimentary cocktail courtesy of Sunshine suites
for the first 60 arrivals
click below for enlarge image

Monday, October 12, 2009

"STOP/ACTION" Motorcycle Installation Exhibit is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

NEW YORK (September 21, 2009). The dramatic experience of an explosive motorcycle ride will be coming to the 26x3 gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Stop/Action will suspend 12 exotic motorcycles (11 Aprilia RSV 1000Rs and 1 Aprilia RSV4) in a three-dimensional ribbon running throughout the space, reminiscent of stills taken from a high speed film reel.


"The experience of riding a fast motorcycle to the limits of its and your ability defines the soul of a biker. We hope to convey that in a visual, three-dimensional way, allowing the audience to interact with and examine its meaning, motivation and ramification," says Sam Strauss-Malcolm who, along with Tyler Poniatowski, is one of two artists behind the installation.

Stop/Action will be open to the public 2-7pm every day from October 2-11, 2009

26x3 Gallery is located at 26 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York.

Event space and atelier in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, curated by Everard Findlay.

Stop/Action is sponsored by:Aprilia USA and Alpinestars and LeoVince.