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Sloane Tanen is an author and artist working in the capricious mode that has propelled Kay Thompson, Josh Schwartz, and Tina Fey to cult status: adolescent angst for adults.
Construction on the Greatest Handbag Pavilion Known to Man is under way in Central Park.
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Joshua Lutz’s ever-so-slightly-askew photographs at ClampArt through October 18 document ten years in the meadowlands.
Last night, entries in a design competition to reimagine the ‘ultimate symbol of power’ were unveiled in Nolita.
The artist paints girlie-girls as lusty badasses.
The artist will be auctioning off her dreamy work at an Obama fundraiser.
The collection, including a first-century Roman Minotaur sculpture, will be showcased in New York in November.
This weekend's attempt to sell the elusive street artist's work was a spectacular failure.
Bidders at auction failed to reach the reserve price of about $71K.
Hiroshi Shafer has a show of strange, lewd, rubbery, resin-y works reminiscent of Murakami's pop figures.
Alessandra Sanguinetti's playful scenes have both a sense of impending glee and one of imminent doom.
Her show at George Billis Gallery was inspired by the varied decaying coffee cups she has strewn around her studios.
The work, done in lipstick, is expected to fetch 30,000 to 40,000 British pounds.
Although Starbuck's reintroduction of the pumpkin-spice latte means that fall has officially arrived, sculptor Michael Krebber is keeping the summer alive.
So where is Waldo? Probably holed up in his basement with stockpiled canned goods and a sawed-off Remington pump action.
Rilke observed that "every angel is terrifying," and that certainly goes for the rapture-ready seraph in this collage.
Tiravanija's work is based on photographs of demonstrations published in the 'International Herald Tribune' over the past six years.
'They didn’t get moldy. No bugs, no mice, which was surprising.'