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

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.

Thursday, October 8, 2009


If you're a fan of the Roots, Don't miss this Friday night!
Questlove will be DJing at Party at Hudson Terrace.
click below for more info to RSVP.
and Saturday night, complimentary cocktail
from 10-11pm,
at the Fifth Chelsea Nightlife.
click below for more details.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Art Opening Reception is What's good in NYC!

This Thursday October 8th, 2009
511 West 25th street, Suite 507, NYC
Opening Reception from 6-8pm
show runs from Oct 1st-30th, 2009

Thursday, October 1, 2009

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

the Art Opening Reception "Kurt Kauper"
at Deitch Gallery
76 Grand Street, SOHO, NYC
opening reception : This Saturday, October 3rd,
show runs from October 3-31, 2009