Share
Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Google Plus
Share On Linkdin
Share On Pinterest
Share On Reddit
Share On Stumbleupon
Contact us
Hide Buttons
HTML Generator Sample Page

Tag: art

HTML Generator Sample Page

Arts and Culture weekend: Gotham Chamber Opera at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

| March 25, 2015 | Reply
Arts and Culture weekend: Gotham Chamber Opera at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Don’t miss a beat! Click HERE to become a BELLA Insider! Don’t miss Gotham Chamber Opera’s The Tempest Songbook at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Directed and choreographed by Luca Veggetti in collaboration with contemporary dance leader Martha Graham Dance Company, the production explores themes of William Shakespeare’s play through dance, movement and song. Conducted […]

Read More

Yuwei Produces Gorgeous, Original Pieces of Wearable Art

| July 16, 2014 | Reply
Yuwei Produces Gorgeous, Original Pieces of Wearable Art

Yuwei is inspired by a specific set of paintings she found in Bali. The geometry, fine lines and other details that give Yuwei her signature look are present throughout each piece. A native of the East coast, Yuwei originally came from a corporate background after graduating from UC Santa Barbara. She strives for balance through […]

Read More

Lorenzo Laroc to Perform at Bella NYC Magazine’s White Party

| July 11, 2014 | Reply
Lorenzo Laroc to Perform at Bella NYC Magazine’s White Party

Lorenzo Laroc is a native New York electric violinist, composer, and arranger who began playing at the age of eight. Classically trained, Laroc now plays a diverse gamut of styles: jazz, rock and Latin music. Lorenzo formed his own group of New York City musicians called Masterpiece, after several years of working in California with Sheila […]

Read More

“REVEALED” at Sofitel New York with Olivier Picasso

| June 12, 2014 | Reply
“REVEALED” at Sofitel New York with Olivier Picasso

Just as you must sit with a painting for a while, before you can understand it or appreciate its perspective: I sat with Olivier Widmaier Picasso at Sofitel New York before the big “REVEAL”. We talked candidly about what sparked the desire to curate the exhibit REVEALED, the Picasso legacy, his own path and how […]

Read More

Different Distances: Fashion Photography Goes Art

| January 13, 2014 | Reply
Different Distances:  Fashion Photography Goes Art

WHAT: Different Distances: Fashion Photography Goes Art shows the work of five internationally renowned Swedish fashion photographers, presented by the Consulate General of Sweden and theSwedish Institute at Aperture to coincide with New York Fashion Week. Curated by Greger Ulf Nilson, the exhibition strives to create a balance between art and fashion photography by taking into account cultural history as well as the photographers’ personal experience. WHO: Denise […]

Read More

Final weeks of Christopher Wool at Guggenheim

| January 7, 2014 | Reply
Final weeks of Christopher Wool at Guggenheim

On view at the Guggenheim until January 22 is a dynamic show by Christopher Wool.   Inside the massive rotunda you’ll be surrounded by text, layered imagery, prints, and unexpected floral patterns of all dimensions. Much like the ambiguity in Christopher Wool’s work, the entire show reminds us that embedded within New York City is a […]

Read More

The Visual Culture of New York’s Elite

| October 28, 2013 | Reply
The Visual Culture of New York’s Elite

Explore the late-19th and early- 20th centuries. Inaugurating the Museum’s Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery, Gilded New York explores when its elite flaunted their riches as never before.

Read More

Lines and Animation inspiration at The Drawing Center, Soho

| September 30, 2013 | Reply

Lines and Animation inspiration at The Drawing Center, Soho Beyond the shops and restaurants of Soho lies The Drawing Center, a gallery devoted to works on paper. This has been one of my favorite venues to view art, mostly because of its interesting location on the border of Chinatown and Soho. It also tends to […]

Read More