The Elena Ab Gallery at 185 Church Street in Tribeca presents a retrospective show spanning three decades of Linus Coraggio's abstract and representational sculpture.
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Ted Allen, Emmy Award winner and host of three shows on Food Network, including the long-running hit series Chopped, will host the 43rd sofi Awards at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York.
On April 6, the all-female rock group, The Catholic Girls, who have performed nearly continuously from the 80s through the present, have just released a new CD, “Kiss Me One More Time”. The CD contains 8 brand new tracks that range from solid rockers like “Shame On You” to the power pop tune, Where’sThe Logic” the band’s tribute in memoriam to Leonard Nimoy and his portrayal of Mr. Spock on Star Trek. The CD also features the hardcore blues-styled “Kiss Me One More Time”, and the riveting ballad, “Don’t Go Away”.
LOCATION: The Varick Room, 54 Varick Street, New York City
Saturday April 11th – 7pm
Conception have been globe trotting for the last 4 years in search of the best in emerging art, with features during Art Basel Miami and exhibits throughout the continental US and Europe. The group is now taking up residency in Tribeca for their upcoming roster of New York City art events.
We have been made aware of some concerns raised about our up and coming events therefore we have scheduled a press conference about these events. April 10-12 (Atlanta) #Freaknik April 18 (Savannah) #FreaknikOC April 18 (Atlanta) #LifeRide
Mystery always attracts, especially if it is the mystery from the distant epoch. With Nataya's vintage style dresses you can be the part of this mystery.
Her pieces range from Belle Epoch to Baroque, combining western motives and oriental ornaments, which together could be characterised as "Wearable Art". Here you can also find elements of art nouveau, art deco, some dresses were launched within the Downtown Abbey style collection.
Show Runs Saturday May 9th – Friday May 15th ONLY | Opening Reception with the Artist on Saturday May 9th 6-9pm
Includes a Live Performance by Singer/Songwriter Eric Ott
In a full-page, open-letter ad in today's edition of Advertising Age, the chief executive of branding agency CBX asked the Cannes Lions, CLIO and Pencil awards programs to begin honoring creative agencies for their work in naming or 'Verbal Identity.'
The letter from Gregg S. Lipman, CEO and Managing Partner of the New York-based firm, reads as follows:
To the esteemed Governing Bodies and Judging Committees of the Cannes Lions, CLIO, and Pencil Awards: