The City’s major film festival kicks off today and of course, there’s lots of buzz surrounding all the big stars in little films that surely won’t stay secret for too much longer.
Mark 7pm April 17 on your calendar for a night of performances and reflections led by Whitney Biennial 2014 artists, Alexandre Segade (My Barbarian) and Miguel Gutierrez.
The Park Avenue Armory hosts the AIPAD Photography Show April 10-13 showing off more than 80 of the world’s top photography art galleries, including art, video and new media. Here, maybe no selfies.
A local activist art project by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh called, “Stop Telling Women To Smile,” has officially gone viral from its humble Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn roots. Social media and a successful Kickstarter campaign have pushed her work into the mainstream. Just don’t call her baby.
The latest GQ magazine calls SoHo’s Crosby Street the coolest shopping street in the country. They mention quality menswear design, but unique home stores, design shops, chic hotels and good quick bites round things out for everyone.