Arts & Culture
Exhibitions at Paul Kasmin Gallery
Paul Kasmin Gallery presents exhibitions by artists Judith Bernstein, Robert Indiana, and Tina Barney.
Join Design Co-Chair Thomas Jayne's Lecture During the Winter Antiques Show
Thomas Jayne, Design Co-Chair for the 2018 Winter Antiques Show, will host a lecture on his new book on Sunday, January 21st at the Park Avenue Armory.
TRNK: An Edited One-Stop Design Shop on Bleecker Street
Carefully curated home furnishings from TRNK create a thoroughly modern space.
What to Expect From Daniel Crouch Rare Books at the Winter Antiques Show
Daniel Crouch Rare Books will be showcasing large-scale rare maps, including the 1776 Ratzer Plan of New York at the Winter Antiques Show 2018!
A Brief History of Nader Nasiri's Eponymous Rug Showroom at the New York Design Center
Ancient weaving techniques meet a palette of fresh colorways and bespoke designs in the handmade, eco-friendly rugs by Nasiri Carpets.
Julian Chichester & Mr. Brown London's Electric New York Design Center Showroom
Julian Chichester and Mr. Brown London share a single NYDC showroom to offer an electric blend of the functional and fun.
At Jung Lee NY, Luxurious Decorative Furnishings are Waiting to Inspire
'My design inspiration comes from different cities and parts of the world, from Europe to Asia and beyond,' says Jung.
Chef Short Tang's Son Revives Hwa Yuan on East Broadway
In 1968, Chef Shorty Tang introduced cold sesame noodles—at his East Broadway restaurant, Hwa Yuan. Today, his son reopens in the same locale.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Celebrates David Hockney's Life With a Retrospective
In its only North American stop, a major retrospective reveals the colors of David Hockney's life.
Ferguson Unveils a State-of-the-Art New Brooklyn Showroom
Mary Cifuentes, Ferguson's Director of Showrooms, Northeast Region, on what to expect at the company's interactive new Brooklyn showroom!
'Fox-Nahem, The Design Vision of Joe Nahem' is a Beautiful New Tome from Abrams Books
The projects of principal Joe Nahem are collected into a coffee table-worthy tome.
'Madama Butterfly' Returns to the Met Opera
'Madama Butterfly,' by Giacomo Puccini, returns to the Metropolitan Opera this season in a production by Anthony Minghella.
Design-Meets-Fantasyland at Marcel Wanders' Moooi Store in NoMad
Moooi, which joins a slew of ultra-chic stores in Manhattan's burgeoning NoMad design district, is all about extraordinary design.
"The American House: 100 Contemporary Homes" is a Beautiful Compendium of Design
Hannah Jenkins, editor of 'The American House' give us a sneak peek into the array of American architects and firms featured in the new book from Images Publishing.
Blondie Comes Home
The L.I.S.A. PROJECT (Little Italy Street Art) and Shepard Fairey's newest mural in their CBGBs homage series features Blondie!
In the Mood to Shop? Be a Museum Patron and Get Your Holiday Shopping Done this Sunday
This Sunday, November 26th, The Museum Store Association Launches Museum Store Sunday, a New International Shopping and Cultural Campaign!
Ralph Pucci International Will Host an Evening of Music to Benefit Jazz House Kids
On Monday, December 4th, Ralph Pucci will host its 2nd Annual Jazz Set, “Conversations with Christian,” an intimate evening of jazz, conversation, art and mannequins.
Tom Dixon's New Bump Collection of Modern Glass Vessels
Uber-chic British industrial designer Tom Dixon has launched a new collection of modern vessels made from borosilicate glass in transparent colors of pink, grey and black.
Art Meets Design: LIAGRE Presents the Work of Artist Sylvain Rieu-Piquet
LIAIGRE presents 'Tuberose Absolute', the work of French artist Sylvain Rieu-Piquet, at the brand's flagship location on East 61st Street in New York.
MASTER OF MONOCHROME
New York Spaces sat down with Martin Kesselman of InColour in TriBeCa—who recently created an original white paint in Farrow & Ball—to unlock the mystery of monochrome. Kesselman chose three color palettes and described his approach to each.
'Studio 54' from Rizzoli is Full of Never-Before-Seen Photos From The Wildest Party of All Time
Ian Schrager, co-founder of Studio 54, has published the first official book about his infamous club.
Love Architecture? 'Never Built New York' is on view at the Queens Museum Through February, 18th
The Queens Museum has launched 'Never Built New York,' an exhibition of architectural projects that never happened.
Salon Art + Design Returns to the Park Avenue Armory November 9th
Immerse yourself in the world of international style at Salon Art + Design, where the world's most respected galleries exhibit this November.
Bushwick, Brooklyn's Hip Art, Food, Shopping, and Bar Scene
For the last few years, Williamsburg's grittier neighbor, Bushwick, has been stealing the hip, artsy limelight.
Love Art? 'Angel Otero: Elegies' is on View at the Bronx Museum Through April 2018
Angel Otero's exhibit at the Bronx Museum reimagines the traditional to create thoroughly modern masterpieces.
John Lockwood Kipling Exhibition at the Bard Graduate Center
'John Lockwood Kipling: Arts & Crafts in the Punjab and London' at the Bard Graduate Center, explores the life and work of John Lockwood Kipling: artist, curator, and teacher.
Patti Smith's New Book, 'Devotion'
Patti Smith—legendary performer, artist, and best-selling author—has penned a new work.
BLACKBARN Shop, Cafe, & Bar is Coming to Chelsea Market this Fall!
Interior designer Mark Zeff, his wife Kristen, and celebrity Chef John Doherty have pooled their talents and expertise and are set to open the flagship BLACKBARN shop, cafe & bar on the ground floor of Chelsea Market this fall!
The Art of Living Event at the A&D Building
New York Spaces and The A&D Building joined forces to throw a multi-showroom 'Art of Living' event—complete with entertainment, fine wines, cocktails, contests, photo booths and more!
'L.A. Mexicano: Recipes, People & Places' by Bill Esparza
Bill Esparza's L.A. Mexicano focuses on the variety and complexity of Mexican cuisine and includes 40 profiles of the regions greatest innovators and pioneers in the field.
Carlisle Studio's Inaugural Designer Rug Challenge at the Art of Living Event
At the New York Spaces + A&D Building's Art of Living Event on Tuesday, October 24th, Carlisle will be showcasing the entries for their Designer Rug Challenge.
'Shop the Look' Event on November 9th at the New York Design Center
On November 9th, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., seven of our favorite showrooms are banding together to throw a 'Shop the Look' event on the fifth floor of the New York Design Center.
The D&D Building's Fall Market Happenings
'The Power of Storytelling: People, Product, Process' will be the subject of this year's Fall Market at the D&D Building this Wednesday and Thursday (October 11 & 12).
'An Adventurous Life: Global Interiors' by Tom Stringer
Designer Tom Stringer shares his love of travel, interiors, and what to expect from his new book—which just hit shelves this week!
Arlene Angard Presents 'Wind, Light and Color,' a Solo Exhibition by Artist Sebastian Vallejo
Arlene Angard will be hosting a solo exhibition of artist Sebastian Vallejo's recent paintings from October 13–November 17.
Foodies and design lovers alike will swoon for Bartlett House in Ghent, NY
Bartlett House features artisanal baked goods, premium coffee, and breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus filled with locally-sourced ingredients.
MENDO's New Design-Savvy Book on Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a unique city with a deep affinity for design, which is fully captured in a new tome, 'Living in Style: Amsterdam.'
Exemplary Architectural Projects in 'The Classical American House' from Images Publishing
'The Classical American House' a book published by Images Publishing features an insightful introductory essay by Phillip James Dodd and work by firms including Ken Tate, John Milner, Charles Hilton, and Timothy Bryant.
The Whitney Museum of American Art's Calder Exhibition
Movement and art collide at the Whitney Museum of American Art's new exhibit, 'Calder: Hypermobility.'
Ralph Pucci International pushes all the right buttons.
Ralph Pucci International's 18th Street showroom is home to some of the world's biggest influencers in furniture and design.
Time Warner Center's Ultra-Chic Ascent Lounge
Ascent Lounge, designed by Jeffrey Beers, is an elegant place to raise a glass and take in a distinctly New York City view.
A Collector's Collector
Donald Christiansen's Chelsea Art Group is blazing its own path in the mad, mad world of art.
Spanish Tenor Jose Carreras' Last Night at the Opera
Legendary Spanish tenor José Carreras will bid adios to New York audiences on September 28 at Carnegie Hall.
Join New York Spaces & Nasiri Carpet For a Panel Discussion During WNWN!
Panelists Tim Button, Young Huh, Kureck Jones and Nader Nasiri will join Jason Kontos for a panel discussion during What's New, What's Next!
D'Aquino Monaco Celebrates 20 Years in Design and Architecture
Carl D'Aquino and Francine Monaco—of D'Aquino Monaco—celebrate 20 years with a bright new office.
Love the Memphis Group? Take in 'Ettore Sottsass: Design Radical' at the Met Breuer.
The Met Breuer presents 'Ettore Sottsass: Design Radical,' an exhibition of the work of the Italian architect, designer, and founder of the Memphis Group.
LA's Lawson-Fenning Will Debut this Fall at Brad Ford's Modern Craft Fair, Field + Supply
From October 6–8, Lawson-Fenning will join more than 30 exhibitors at Brad Ford's annual modern craft fair in the Hudson Valley, FIELD + SUPPLY!
Tim Campbell's visual journey on beauty is captured in his new book, 'Intentional Beauty'
Tim Cambell's beautiul new book, 'Intentional Beauty,' is currently available for pre-order and will hit shelves on October 30, 2017!
American Express Taps Venus Williams to Design the US Open's Card Member Club VIP Section
American Express partners with tennis champion Venus Williams to provide innovative experiences and benefits to help Card Members and fans enjoy the 2017 US Open Tennis Championships
Things to do, Places to Eat, and Where to Stay on Shelter Island, New York
Shelter island is a verdant, gorgeous swath of land nestled between the North and South Forks of Long Island chock-full of beautiful beaches, a nature preserve, delicious restaurants and more.
Paris Ceramics, in the A&D Building, is a Luxe Resource for Tile, Stone, Mosaics and More
Paris Ceramics is the ultimate resources for luxurious tile, stone, mosaics, and wood flooring, sourcing materials from exotic locales across the globe.
Reviving Beauty: The Woolworth Tower
Long one of the most beloved buildings in the New York City skyline, Frank Woolworth's cathedral of commerce is getting a new lease on life.
30 Park Place Unveils Model Residence Designed by ASH NYC
ASH NYC brings its modern, trendy style to Robert A.M. Stern's TriBeCa building.
Interested in Art Therapy? ArtLifting is Art with a Social Mission
ArtLifting is an online art platform to showcase and celebrate underrepresented artists.
Katharine Pooley's 'Journey by Design' is a Compendium of Beautiful Interiors Around the World
Katharine Pooley's new monograph—which hits bookstores September 20th—explores her sophisticated aesthetic, applied to luxurious properties around the globe.
1stdibs's Design Cruise Lands in Red Hook
This summer, 1stdibs ferried over a group of design aficionados for private studio tours of five contemporary furniture makers to watch in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
The Insider's Guide to East End Lifestyle with The Antique's Diva & Co. Hamptons Tour
The world's expert on uncovering hidden gems teams up with local designers for a behind-the-scenes look at New York's most inspiring region.
Inside Made Nice with Stonehill & Taylor's Sara Duffy
Stonehill & Taylor's journey with the creators behind 11 Madison Park began long before Made Nice—the duo's new fast-casual eatery in the Flatiron District.
33 Greenwich Debuts a Decadent, Southern-Inspired Brunch Menu
33 Greenwich—Restaurateur Danny Volk and Chef Anne Thornton's New Orleans-inspired restaurant—is now open for brunch with a mouthwatering menu full of Southern favorites.
Shop Clarissa Alcock-Bronfman's Mod Southampton Pop-Up
Clarissa Alcock-Bronfman's Pop Up Collective will take place through September 6th at 42A Jobs Lane in Southampton carrying everything from home goods, to fashion and jewelry.
'Rhythm & Power: Salsa in New York' is on View at the Museum of the City of New York
The Museum of the City of New York explores the music-and-dance phenomenon of salsa, from its Latin and Afro-Caribbean roots and more.
Sleep Beautifully with Savoir Beds' Ultra-Chic Headboards and Beds
Transform the home's most intimate space with a swath of vibrant fabric to make your bed the room's centerpiece.
CF Modern's Unique, Custom Designs for the Home
Conceived from a wealth of design experience and a need for fine, custom furnishings, CF Modern is making pieces that are bespoke-tacular.
Chef Dan Kluger's Loring Place Restaurant is Drawing Foodies to Greenwich Village
Loring Place, on West 8th Street, offers fresh, seasonal fare from local farmers and markets cooked to perfection on wood-burning grills and a wood-fired oven.
Chef Matt Lambert is Making Waves with Palate-Pleasing Dishes at The Musket Room in Nolita
Chef Matt Lambert and his wife Barbara's The Musket Room, on Elizabeth Street, has a serene garden room you can dine in with dishes meant to savor.
Love Fashion and Textiles? The MET Presents a Riveting Exhibition titled 'Synthetic Materials'
'The Secret Life of Textiles: Synthetic Materials' exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art examines the role of synthetics in the development of modern fashion.
'Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive' Exhibition is on View at MoMA
In celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birthday, The Museum of Modern Art is exhibiting an anthology of his work through October 1, 2017.
Brigitte de Bazelaire's New Collection for Gien Debuts at Bergdorf Goodman
A selection of 12 faience pieces from Brigitte de Bazelaire's new collection for Gien are showcased in the main hall of Bergdorf Goodman's home floor.
Jim Henson Exhibition Arrives this Summer at the Museum of the Moving Image
An interactive celebration of puppeteer and film director Jim Henson's legacy will commence at the Museum of the Moving Image on July 22.
NYC Bastille Day Celebration Lauds All Things French This Sunday, July 9th
The French Institute Alliance Francaise's annual celebration of Bastille Day will return to 60th Street on Sunday, July 9.
One Kings Lane Opens in Southampton
One Kings Lane, the ultra-chic shopping destination, recently opened the brand's largest-scale bricks-and-mortar shop in a landmark Hamptons location.
Browse the Cooper Hewitt's Digitized Collection
The Collection Browser, showcasing more than 200,000 objects in the Cooper Hewitt's Collection, is available on tables installed throughout the museum.
Zaha Hadid's Futuristic NYC Building
The eagerly anticipated 520 West 28th Street by Zaha Hadid is finally complete.
'Georgia O'Keeffe: Living Modern' is on View at the Brooklyn Museum
An exhibition on renowned artist Georgia O'Keefe is on view in the Brooklyn Museum's Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing through July 23, 2017.
'Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends' is on View at MoMA
'Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends,' is the first 21st-century retrospective of the artist on view at MoMA through September 17, 2017.
Paul Ramírez Jonas debuts “Half-Truths” at New Museum
The New Museum's 'Half-Truth's' exhibition employs participants to engage in works of art that focus on the nuances of trust today.
Summer Reading List: Pick up 'Tara Bernerd: Place' from Rizzoli
'Tara Bernerd: Place,' a new tome from Rizzoli is filled to overflowing with stunning images of envy-inspiring locations.
Hip, Hip Hotel: The Williamsburg Hotel Opens on Wythe Avenue and North 10th Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn just got a little bit trendier and a little bit more relaxing. The Williamsburg Hotel came in with a cool new Lobby Bar, Jazz nights, and a decadent restaurant and more on the way.
'Out East' by Jennifer Ash Rudick Tours the Stunning Houses of the Hamptons and the Stories Behind Them
Jennifer Ash Rudick's compendium of beautiful interiors with stories to match, 'Out East: Houses and Gardens of the Hamptons,' hits shelves this July.
Arte International's Stunning Wallpapers Adorn the Walls of Interiors Worldwide
Arte international brings design savoir-faire to homes, offices, and hotels, with its extensive selection of elegant wallpapers.
A Kohler Experience Center Opens in the Flatiron District.
Design and artistry unite at the new Kohler Experience Center in New York City's Flatiron District.
Arlene Angard Gallery and Hästens Will Present a Dynamic Group Show on Madison Avenue
Arlene Angard Gallery and Hästens are joining forces to present a group exhibition for Art X Design.
Love Donuts? Try Wylie Dufresne and Colin Kull's Pomegranate Tahini Donut
Chef Wylie Dufresne and pastry chef Colin Kull have introduced Du's Donuts, housed in the uber-chic William Vale Hotel in Brooklyn.
The works of sculptor and craftsman Mauro Mori are on view at Les Ateliers Courbet
Sculptor and Craftsman Mauro Mori is a native of Cremona, Italy, with studios in Milan and in the Seychelles.
Dance Down Fifth Avenue at This Year's Museum Mile Festival on June 13
The 39th annual Museum Mile Festival will kick off at El Museo del Barrio on 104th Street, with live jazz, Broadway show tunes, and string quartets along the way.
Halstead's Muse Magazine Features New York Spaces' Top 50 Designers
Halstead's Muse magazine shares a selection of 'musings,' or reflections, from five influential designers hand-picked by New York Spaces' publisher, Lisa Ben-Isvy.
Marshall Watson's 'The Art of Elegance' is a Visual Compendium of Beautiful Interiors
'The Art of Elegance: Classic Interiors,' written by Marshall Watson with Marc Kristal and published by Rizzoli, is the designer's first tome.
The D&D Building's Spring Market Happenings
This Wednesday, May 24th the Design & Decoration Building's Spring Market—ART X DESIGN returns with a jam-packed day of events and inspiration.
'Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant' is on View at MOFAD
The Museum of Food and Drink's new 'Chow' exhibit examines the birth of Chinese American restaurants nearly 170 years ago and sparks a conversation on food culture and immigration.
Joseph Walsh Studio presents 'REVEAL' at American Irish Historical Society
Ireland-based studio workshop, Joseph Walsh Studio, is showcasing unseen works and private commissions in his new exhibition, 'REVEAL.'
Into Horlogerie? Patek Philippe's 'The Art of Watches' Exhibition Arrives this July
Patek Philippe's 'The Art of Watches' exhibition will take place at Cipriani 42nd Street from July 13–23, 2017.
IDLNY's Annual Fundraiser on the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
On June 1st, the Interior Designers for Legislation in New York (IDLNY) will be hosting their second annual fundraising gala at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
'Robert Indiana: ONE through ZERO' at the Glass House
The Glass House is pleased to present the first public installation of Robert Indiana's ONE through ZERO, ten 6-foot-high COR-TEN steel sculptures that were conceived in 1980 and executed in 2003.
Chihuly's Breathtaking Glass Sculptures at the New York Botanical Garden
Artworks by world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly are now on view at NYBG in his first major garden exhibition in New York in more than ten years.
Elodie Blanchard's Fabric Tree Installation at David Weeks Studio
HBF Textiles designer Elodie Blanchard will debut her unique fabric storytelling creations at David Weeks Studio during TriBeCa Design Night.
Exhibitions at Paul Kasmin Gallery
Paul Kasmin Gallery presents exhibitions by avant-garde artists Roxy Paine and Mark Ryden.
'Venice: A Provocative Paradox' Panel Discussion
On May 16, 2017 'Venice: A Provocative Paradox' panel discussion and book signing will take place at the National Arts Club at 8:00 p.m. located at 15 Gramercy Park South.
The French Embassy is Restoring the Venetian Room in the Former Payne Whitney Mansion
One of Stanford White's most original creations, the Venetian Room is a beautiful vestige and rare example of the Gilded Age period in New York. Completed in 1906, it is also the very last creation of the well-known architect.
Abrams Releases a Beautiful Monograph on David Mann and His Studio
'MR Architecture + Decor' (Abrams, 2017), is the first monograph on architect and interior designer David Mann and his acclaimed design studio.
A Colorful and Nature-Filled Tour of Woodstock, New York
A mere two hours from Manhattan, in the foothills of the Catskills, lies Woodstock, a town famous for the festival that never was—at least not there.
UK Hoteliers Open The Whitby Hotel on 56th Street and 5th Avenue
The Whitby Hotel, by UK hoteliers Tim and Kit Kemp, has opened on 56th Street and 5th Avenue. It is the second New York entry into the couple's Firmdale Hotel portfolio.
The American Museum of Natural History Unveils Expansion Plans for the Gilder Center
The American Museum of Natural History has unveiled plans for the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, a new project that adds a 194,000-square-foot building to the existing footprint.
Join Us For Our Spring Into Design Event at Ascent Lounge
On Monday, May 1st, we will host an event honoring the nominees and winners of the Leaders in Home Products Design Award at the ultra-chic Ascent Lounge.
A Star-Studded Gala Performance Will Honor Met Opera's 50 Years in the Lincoln Center this May
On May 7, the Metropolitan Opera will celebrate 50 years in Lincoln Center with a gala performance featuring some of the biggest names—and voices—in the opera firmament.
The 16th Annual TriBeCa Film Festival Opens at Radio City Music Hall on April 19th
The 16th annual TriBeCa Film Festival returns April 19th with a jam-packed lineup of original films, galas, and spe- cial events.
The New York Historical Society's New Exhibit Explores the Artistry and History of Tattoo
The New York Historical Society presents 'Tattooed New York,' an exhibit exploring the 300-year history tattoo artistry, and the central role New York has played in the development of modern tattooing.
Anish Kapoor's 'Descension' Swirls in DUMBO
In May, world-renowned artist Anish Kapoor brings his dramatic work, 'Descension', to Brooklyn Bridge Park. The work is sponsored by the Public Art Fund.
The Artful New Blur Collection of Rugs from The House of Tai Ping
From the House of Tai Ping, a new collection is blurring the lines between carpets and art.
Herman Miller Opens its First New York Flagship on Park Avenue South
The design-obsessed have a new destination on Park Avenue South: Herman Miller has opened its first New York flagship.
Diary of a Manhattanite Spending the Night at Williamsburg's Hip New Hotel, The William Vale
Byron Cordero gets the luxe treatment at Williamsburg's hippest new contemporary hotel, The William Vale.
A Tour of The Financial District: The Nerve Center for the City's Major Financial Institutions
The Financial District has become a 24-hour, live/work neighborhood in the last ten years full of good eateries, museums, street art, and so much more!
Argentinian Artist Gabriela Tolomei Debuts New Work at Arlene Angard Gallery
Interior designer and gallerist, Arlene Angard, presents a new collection of artwork by Argentinian artist Gabriela Tolomei.
BKLYN Designs 2017 Arrives This May With A Fantastic Roster of Talented Makers
BKLYN DESIGNS 2017 will take place from May 5-7 at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. The show will highlight the innovative talent that permeates the borough.
Ikebana Floral Exhibition at the Kitano Hotel New York
The Kitano Hotel New York is hosting its annual Spring Ikebana Floral exhibition now through Sunday, March 26th. The event is open to the public.
Godel & Co. Presents 'Spring Temper'
Spring Temper, a group exhibition by artists Sebastian Vallejo, Hector Arce-Espasas, and Allan Tarantino, will take place from March 30 through April 26th at Godel & Co. The opening reception is March 30th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Fashion Week 2017: New Trends on the Runway
From call to actions, to urban street style and deconstructed looks, Fashion Week 2017 provided some empowering designs.
Gourmands Take Note: NoHo's Il Buco Just Upped the Foodie Ante
Il Buco Alimentari and Owner Donna Lennard Debuts Menu from New Executive Chef Garrison Price, Executive Pastry Chef Robert Bryant, and Head Bread Baker Sheena Otto
'The Perfect Bath' by Barbara Sallick
'The Perfect Bath,' from Rizzoli, is a compendium of inspiration and practical guidance for the bath, by Waterworks founder Barbara Sallick.
All About 'Uncommon Thread' by Peacock Alley Founder, Mary Ella Gabler
Mary Ella Gabler's new book, 'Uncommon Thread' tells the story of her determination to create a lasting and respected brand.
Looking for a Design Book? Pick up 'Singature Spaces' from The Vendome Press
'Signature Spaces' is a lavishly illustrated volume from The Vendome Press that explores the inspiration and work of Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen.
Open Kitchens that are More Functional and Inviting for Everyday Living and Entertaining
With so many open kitchens, interior architects and designers are getting creative to take the “openness” out of the open kitchen to maximize space.
Arclinea New York is an Italian-Born Company Dedicated to Creating Iconic Kitchens
'Our kitchens are accessible and understandable for people who love design and who love to cook. Everything we do is about coming up with the right solution for the right household.'
'How Should We Live: Propositions for the Modern Interior,' Debuts at MoMA
In 'How Should We Live: Propositions for the Modern Interior,' The Museum of Modern Art explores the complex collaborative partnerships, materials, and processes that have shaped the modern interior.
Visit the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site in Gramercy
Theodore Roosevelt was a writer, historian, conservationist, war hero, Vice President under William McKinley, and in 1901, became the youngest President at age 42. His birthplace in Gramercy has been fully restored and is now open for guided tours.
Mitchell Gold Celebrates his Birthday with a Benefit for Faith in America
We joined co-founders of their eponymous store, Bob Williams and Mitchell Gold, to celebrate Mitchell's milestone birthday and to help raise awareness and money for his nonprofit, Faith in America.
Hauser & Wirth Presents 'Serialities,' a Group Exhibition Organized by Olivier Renaud-Clément
From February 15 through April 8, Hauser & Wirth presents a group exhibition that will examine the notion of seriality, repetition, and the ways in which artists explore their narratives.
Love Provocative Art? New Museum Presents 'Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work'
The New Museum's current exhibition of Raymond Pettibon's work spans three art-laden floors and will be on view through April 9, 2017. It is the first major New York museum survey of the prolific artist's work.
All about 'In the Company of Women (Artisan Books), by Design*Sponge founder Grace Bonney
Grace Bonney's new book 'In the Company of Women' is a celebration of more than 100 women creatives, entrepreneurs, activists, illustrators, designers, and editors.
'Nonstop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas' is an art-book of reimagined maps of New York
'Nonstop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas is the final volume in a trio of atlases edited by Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro from University of California Press.
Kelly Hoppen's New Book by Rizzoli is a Study in Creative Expression
'Kelly Hoppen: The Art of Interior Design,' published by Rizzoli illustrates the designer's global influence.
Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams's Bash Benefits Faith in America
Co-founders Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams are celebrating Mitchell's birthday and the launch of their 2017 Spring Collection on Tuesday, February 7th! The event will benefit Faith in America.
Bisazza's New Sophisticated Bagno Collection of Furniture for the Bath
Italian glass mosaic powerhouse Bisazza is making a splash with an ultra-chic collection of furniture for the bath.
Glen Coben Designs Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolates' New Digs
Gabriel Kreuther's Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate store debuts with French Macarons, artisanal chocolates, and more by pastry chef, Marc Aumont.
The Conclusion of Carnegie Hall's Spring Season
Carnegie Hall's Spring season concludes with Music Director Steven Reineke conducting the New York Pops in an evening celebrating iconic singers and songwriters such as James Taylor and Carole King.
The Whitney Biennial Celebrates its 78th Anniversary
The Whitney Biennial will take place through June 11, 2017 at the new Gansevoort location. Curators Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks are including 63 emerging and established artists.
CREATE Panel Event
NYSID students will create two spaces that a panel of experts will judge. The winner will be announced on February 3rd at CREATE Panel Event.
All about 'Decorate for a Party' by Holly Becker and Leslie Shewring
'Decorate for a Party' is a wonderful collaboration between bestselling interiors author Holly Becker (founder of decor8) and photographer and product designer Leslie Shewring.
The Second Avenue Subway Opens
The Second Avenue Subway has arrived and it is chock-full of underground art meant to inspire and invigorate.
Skoto Gallery Presents Work by Artists William Engel and Jeremy Silva
Through January 21st, Skoto Gallery presents a riveting dual show encompassing William Engel's colorful paintings and glass artist Jeremy Silva's work.
Chamberlain/de Kooning at Mnuchin Gallery
Through January 28th, Mnuchin Gallery presents 'Chamberlain / de Kooning,' an exhibition of sculptures by John Chamberlain and paintings by Willem de Kooning.
Hollis Dark Jr. Exhibition at John Doe in Bushwick
From January 13 through February 1, the artist known as Hollis Dark Jr. will be showcasing his uniquely mesmerizing paintings at John Doe in Bushwick, New York.
Into Glorious Color and Classic Design? Pick Up a Copy of 'A House in the Country' From Vendome Press.
'A House in the Country' by architect Peter Pennoyer and designer Katie Ridder was published by Vendome Press.
Love Stravinsky? This January The New York City Ballet Presents 'Firebird'.
From January 17 through the 29th, the New York City Ballet will present Igor Stravinsky's 'Firebird.'
Tom Dixon's SoHo Shop is Packed to the Brim with Contemporary Home Decor
British designer Tom Dixon expands his mod brand of home decor stateside with his new SoHo location.
Phillips Auctions off Top 50 Designer Lee Mindel's 20th Century Furniture Collection
On December 13th, Phillips is hosting the auction 'Light & Aerie: The Collection of Lee F. Mindel, FAIA.' at their New York showroom.
Renovating? Experience Luxury in SoHo's Kitchen and Bath Boutique, Pirch
Inspiration and imagination go hand-in-hand at Pirch, a game-changing kitchen and bath boutique in SoHo.
Twyla Breaks with Tradition and Launches House for Artists at Art Basel
Twyla launches Twyla House at Art Basel—a place for artists to go relax, meet new friends, and solidify a community. It's all about the artists, after all!
All About J.D. Staron's New Collection of Abstract Rugs
J.D. Staron introduces a new rug collection that blends masterful weaving skill with elegant design.
The Winter Antiques Show Arrives at The Park Avenue Armory from January 20–29th
This January, the Winter Antiques Show is celebrating it's 63rd year, and features over 70 experts in fine and decorative arts from around the world.
Design your Floors, Baths, Kitchens, and Walls at Bespoke Surface Showroom, Studium
Studium, celebrating 20 years in the A&D building, is a library of bespoke surfaces for the home.
All About Todd Merrill's Namesake TriBeCa Studio
Todd Merrill propels antique collecting along the design continuum.
Hello Crisp's Founder's Thanksgiving Leftover Lasagna Recipe
Emily Cherofsky, the founder of Hello Crisp, brings us her Thanksgiving Leftover Lasagna Recipe.
Brian Messana of Messana O'Rorke Participated in CS Talks from Corcoran Sunshine
CS Talks from Corcoran Sunshine consisted of a 10-day series of TED Talks-style discussions focused on design and inspiration.
The New Museum's Mesmerizing Exhibition on the work of Raymond Pettibon
For the first time, over 700 pieces of Raymond Pettibon's from the 1960s to present will be shown at the New Museum.
Lucy Tupu's Colorful Rug & Furniture Lines
In TriBeCa, Lucy Tupu's rug and furniture lines are inspired by her New Zealand and Samoan roots.
Venezuelan Artist Jose Sierra's Unique Porcelain and Stoneware Designs
Culture Object carries Venezuelan artist Jose Sierra's unique, multi-dimensional porcelain and stoneware vessels.
High-End Amenity Spaces Designed For Natural Light
These high-end amenity spaces in luxury developments around New York City are designed around natural light.
Industrial Design and Luxurious Elegance Define Furniture and Lighting Co., Gabriel Scott
Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler combine industrial design with luxurious elegance in their eponymous SoHo showroom, Gabriel Scott.
Find Unique Antique Textiles at Sarajo in SoHo
At Sarajo in Soho, Yosi Barzilai seeks out design throughlines in the world's textiles.
Into Hard-Edge Abstraction? Check out Galerie Mourlot's Exhibition on Judith Seligson
Galerie Mourlot presents 'Drawing the Line,' an exhibition of artist Judith Seligson's work on view from November 17 through January 9, 2017.
Paul Kasmin Gallery Hosts Three Exhibitions, in Three Spaces
This Fall, Paul Kasmin Gallery has three spectacular exhibitions to keep on your radar.
Professional Photo Lab WhiteWall Opens A Retail Store in SoHo.
WhiteWall's online professional photo lab just opened a retail store at 474 West Broadway in SoHo.
IIDA's Upcoming Panel on Transportation Design
On Saturday, November 12, the IIDA NY will hold a panel discussion on the various ways we travel and how transportation design affects that experience.
Jason Kontos' and Atelier's WNWN Design Panel on How to Get Published
Jason Kontos led a design panel hosted by Atelier at the New York Design Center's What's New, What's Next event.
Met Breuer Launches a Retrospective of Kerry James Marshall's Work
The Met Breuer launched a retrospective of the work of American artist Kerry James Marshall that will be on view through January 29th!
IIDA's Carnevale di Venezia-Themed Color Invasion Party
The New York Chapter of International Interior Design Association (IIDA NY) hosted its 14th annual Color Invasion event.
The Four Seasons Hotel Opens Downtown
Iconic architect Robert A.M. Stern designed the newly opened Four Seasons Hotel in Downtown Manhattan.
MoMA Launches Career Retrospective of Filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar
From November 29 through December 17th MoMA is launching a major career retrospective of the work of Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar!
Women in Real Estate: The Power Generation
In the high-risk high-return Manhattan real estate market, women are a powerful—and historic—force.
Watch the Stunning Production of 'Romeo et Juliette' at the Met Opera This Season
'Roméo et Juliette,' the opera written by Charles Gounod with a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré, returns to the Metropolitan Opera this season.
Love Birds? Pick up 'The Extraordinary Beauty of Birds' by photographer Deborah Samuel
Deborah Samuel's 'The Extraordinary Beauty of Birds' takes flight with nature's most beautifully designed creatures.
The Salon Art + Design
From November 10–14, The Salon Art + Design will return to the Park Avenue Armory to continue their annual showcase of impeccable fine art and design.
Love the Outdoors in Autumn? Visit the 28-Acre Wave Hill Garden in the Bronx
Autumn is the perfect time to visit Wave Hill in the Bronx. The 28-acre public garden and cultural center overlooks the Hudson River.
Interested in the Author of the Roerich Pact? Visit the Upper West Side's Nicholas Roerich Museum
The Nicholas Roerich Museum's collection comprises of more than 200 paintings of the artist, exhibited on three floors of a classic townhouse on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
All About Multimedia Abstract Artist Irene Mamiye
Artist Irene Mamiye shifts between objects, images, and digital space to create her intensely colored abstractions.
Love Architectural Tours? Open House New York Takes Place October 15-16
On October 15-16, Open House New York flings open the doors of more than 250 architectural masterpieces across all five boroughs.
The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) Moves to New York
For the first time, The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF), held annually in Maastricht, comes to the Park Avenue Armory on October 21 through 26.
Multimedia Artist Steve Miller's Upcoming Solo Exhibition at Robin Rice Gallery
From November 9th through December 18, Robin Rice Gallery will present a photographic exhibition by artist Steve Miller.
Redecorating? Knoll is Hosting a Rare Warehouse Sale this November
From November 3–6, Knoll is hosting a rare warehouse sale offering designs by icons such as Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen, and more at up to 80% off!
Madeline Weinrib Sample Sale at ABC Carpet
From today through Sunday, October 9th, all Madeline Weinrib products will be on sale from 40-70% off at ABC Carpet & Home.
Luxury Wood Manufacturer, Oscar Ono, Opens Showroom in NYC
Oscar Ono, a luxury wood manufacturer with a presence around the globe, opens its first New York City showroom.
Jeffrey Beers International's New Hospitality Design Project, Ascent Lounge
Ascent Lounge is the latest Nightlife Concept by City Nights Hospitality, designed by Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International.
Quality Branded Debuts Squares Nightclub in NYC's NoMad District
Restaurateur Michael Stillman collaborates with interior and architecture studio, Reunion Goods & Services, on the debut of NoMad's new nightclub, Squares.
Love the Decorators' Club? View this Year's Lecture Series Lineup on Landscape and Garden Design
The 2016-2017 Decorators Club Lecture Series, 'Visionary Landscape and Garden Design,' celebrates pioneering groundbreakers from the 18th century to the present day.
All About Italian Company Cappellini's New Ventures
'The Cappellini Method,' published this year, joins a new series of innovative furniture lines from Cappellini that include the Drum chair designed by Mac Stopa.
Love the 70s Punk Rock Scene at CBGB? Check out David Godlis's 'History is Made at Night'
'History is Made at Night' is an artful tribute of photographs by David Godlis not just to now-famous musicians, but to a time and place like no other.
Cuevas Tilleard Presents a Solo Exhibition of Sebastian Vallejo's Work
Lower East Side Gallery, Cuevas TIlleard, presents 'In Search of Asphodels,' a solo exhibition of Sebastian Vallejo's work on view from September 7 through October 9.
Love Fashion? The Museum at FIT presents 'Proust's Muse, The Countess Greffulhe'
From September 23rd through January 7th, the Museum at FIT presents 'Proust's Muse, The Countess Greffulhe.' The exhibition will showcase the legendary wardrobe of a French fashion icon.
David Bowie's Private Art Collection will be Auctioned off at Sotheby's
Sotheby's Bowie/Collector Auction will be open to the public from September 26th through the 29th!
Need a vacation? Stay at the QT Gold Coast Hotel in Australia's Gold Coast
The QT Gold Coast Hotel, a vibrant beachside locale designed by Nic Graham and studio g + a, hits the perfect glamour-meets-comfort note.
Looking To Move? Check out Waverly Brooklyn
The Design High led the interior design of the models at Waverly Brooklyn in Clinton Hill—and they are quite fabulous!
Sub-Zero and Wolf's 2015-2016 Kitchen Design Contest
Sub-Zero and Wolf's Biennial Contest Recognizes Excellence in Kitchen Design and Offers Winners Unique Networking Opportunities!
Restaurant 1683: Gaggenau's Exclusive Culinary Pop-up
On September 26th, Gaggenau will debut a four-night pop-up restaurant helmed by Michelin-star chefs in Chelsea.
The Traveller Bar: A Mobile Cocktail Den by 555 International
555 International is back and making a bit of a splash with their new venture—in glasses around the country anyways.
West Elm Opens it's 100th Shop in DUMBO, Brooklyn
West Elm has found a new home at 2 Main Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
Love Italian Architecture? Read 'Dream of Venice Architecture' from Bella Figura Publications
DREAM OF VENICE ARCHITECTURE is the second book in a series from Bella Figura Publications, and it is a visual and poetic ode to this enchanting city
Coney Art Walls: The Real Story
With Coney Art Walls in its second season, there is a new effort to try to merge the old, the very old, and the brand new into an urban utopia.
Celebrate Holiday House Hamptons' Extended Dates
The Celebration Continues! Holiday House Hamptons announces its doors will remain open through September 4th.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard's Second Book Is a Study in Design Inspiration
'DESIGN & DECORATION' is Martyn Lawrence Bullard's second book, and it features his trademark glamour and luxury in interiors.
Vicente Wolf's New Interior Design Book Explores the Four Natural Elements
'THE FOUR ELEMENTS OF DESIGN' by design icon Vicente Wolf, explores the relationship between the four natural elements.
DREAM DECOR by Will Taylor is the Perfect Book for Design Inspiration
DREAM DECOR by Bright Bazaar blogger and designer Will Taylor, is an encyclopedia of creative inspiration.
25 Designs with Cool Patterns
25 Decorative designs with a life of their own. Rugs, pillows, tiles, fabric dinnerware, and more with eye-catching patterns.
Luxury NYC Residences Perfect for a Summer Staycation
From private movie screenings to amenity-filled rooftops and outdoor spaces, these luxury residences are perfect for summer staycations!
Love French Food? Visit Chef Nicolas Abello's L'Appart at Le District
Satisfy your craving for all things French, at Le District's newest offering, L'Appart, helmed by Chef Nicolas Abello, formerly of Restaurant Daniel.
Need Paint? Visit Martin Kessleman's Colours By Martin in Chelsea
At Colours by Martin in Chelsea, Martin Kesselman sees the world through the eyes of an artist!
17 Designs That Are Perfect for Spring & Summer
These 17 eye-catching designs and accessories are perfect for spring and summer! From Bloc Studios' chic marble hanging pot to Anderssen & Volls copper Min Watering Can for Mjölk, you can't go wrong!
25 Designs That Show Why Pattern Rocks
Pattern is back, and these 25 decorative designs showcase just how much this design element rocks. From rugs to pillows to dressers and more, these pattern-filled designs rule!
12 Unique Wood Designs For Your Home
These wood designs explore a natural material that withstands the test of time. Peruse everything from a Bruyere stool from Christian Liaigre to Resource Furniture's space-saving Metis Desk.
Le District's Bastille Day Events
Le District is celebrating Bastille Day with two different events! Vive Thursday will take place on July 14th while a Bastille Day Fair will take place on Saturday, July 16!
Walker Zanger Opens a Tile Showroom In Port Chester
Walker Zanger just opened a new 4,200-square-foot slab gallery, tile, and stone showroom in Port Chester, New York.
Wit & Wimsy: Radish Moon's Feather & Flora Collection of Beautiful Linen Fabrics
Sarah NIcholas WIlliams launches Radish Moon's chimerical collection of fabrics at John Rosselli & Associates
Uhuru Design Takes Their Home Design and Jewelry Showroom to TriBeCa
From Red Hook to Tribeca and beyond, Uhuru design is creating a dynamic aesthetic using their environment as inspiration.
Things to do in NYC: The New Museum Presents 'The Keeper'
The New Museum on Bowery hosts 'The Keeper,' an exhibition dedicated to the art of preserving objects from the most precious to the apparently worthless.
Two-Day Indie Fest: Full Moon Festival
The two-day indie fest, the Full Moon Festival, will take place on Governor's Island on August 20th and 21st.
The International Center of Photography Opens at 250 Bowery
The International Center of Photography just opened its new digs at 250 Bowery. The new exhibition, 'Public, Private, Secret' will be on view through January 8, 2017.
Exhibits to See Now: Danny Lyons at the Whitney Museum
The Whitney Museum is hosting the first major exhibit of photographer Danny Lyon's work in 25 years.
A Must-Read: 'Brooklyn Interiors' by Kathleen Hackett.
'Brooklyn Interiors' by Kathleen Hackett with photographs by Matthew Williams, was published by Rizzoli and features 24 vibrant homes!
Art et Maison's Full-Service Design Showroom Opens in NoMAD
Italian home and design showroom, Art et Maison, just reopened their showroom at 12 West 29th Street in NoMAD.
Pride Month Celebration at the Museum of the City of New York
In celebration of Pride Month, the Museum of the City of New York will host a LGBTQ Family Day Celebration on Saturday, June 25th.
A New Book on Architect William Krisel and his Work in Palm Springs
'William Krisel's Palm Springs,' written by Heidi Creighton and Chris Menrad and published by Gibbs Smith, is a stunning book focusing on the designer's Midcentury Modern desert architecture.
Photographer Dan Chavkin's 'Unseen Midcentury Desert Modern' Book
Dan Chavkin captures some incredible architectural gems in 'Unseen Midcentury Desert Modern,' his new book published by Gibbs Smith.
Folio: Top Women in Media Awards Luncheon
Folio:'s annual Top Women in Media Awards celebrates and brings together the women who make magazine media such a wonderful industry—and that includes our publisher Lisa Ben-Isvy.
Day of Design at The Mayflower Grace's Lively Designer Panel Discussions
The Mayflower Grace is this year's setting for A Day of Design. The event will take place on Saturday, June 18th and consists of a series of lively panel discussions on design.
Love Street Art? Visit Coney Art Walls!
Looking for a great way to spend a hot summer day? Hop the D train and head out to Coney Island for the surf, the rides, the best hot dogs in the world, and the art!
Cultural Things to Do Outside This Summer: Shakespeare in the Park
This summer, Shakespeare in the Park presents an all-female cast in 'The Taming of the Shrew.'
Kobrick Coffee Co. Opens a Coffee/Cocktail Locale
Is there anything better than coffee and coktails? Kobrick Coffee has just opened a unique coffee/cocktail bar in Manhattan's Meatpacking District.
An Archictural gem to read now: 'Dream of Venice Architecture' Book
JoAnn Locktov, principal of Bella Figura Communications and editor of 'Dream of Venice,' answers our questions on the second book of the series, 'Dream of Venice Architecture.'
Korean Artist and Master Stone Carver, Yongjin Han, Exhibits at Maison Gerard
From June 22nd through August 22nd, Maison Gerard presents 'Quiet Profundity: The Work of Korean Master Stone Carver Yongjin Han.'
Artist Hector Arce-Espasas at Taymour Grahne Gallery
Taymour Grahne Gallery presents 'Bread and Circuses,' a new and engaging body of work by Brooklyn-based artist Hector Arce-Espasas. The exhibit is on view through June 22, 2016.
Isaac Mizrahi Exhibition at The Jewish Museum
'Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History' is on view at The Jewish Museum through August 7, 2016.
Looking for Art to View Outdoors? Check out These Sculptures Sponsored by The Public Art Fund
The Public Art Fund sponsored two wonderful sculptures that include 'Van Gogh's Ear' in Rockefeller Center and 'Understanding' in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Iconic Brazilian Landscape Designer, Roberto Burle Marx, at the Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum will host 'Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist,' through September 18, 2016.
'The New Homesteader' by Bella and Nick Ivins
'The New Homesteader' by Bella and Nick Ivins and published by Ryland Peters & Small, explores the couple's life and ambitions at their homestead, Walnuts Farm, in the UK.
Dmitriy, & Co. Hosts a Signing of 'Fashion Lives' By Fern Mallis
Donna Feldman of Dmitriy & Co, answers our questions on Fern Mallis' new book, 'Fashion Lives.'
The New York Design Center's Epic Spring
The New York Design Center is experiencing an epic spring, introducing a slew of new design showrooms you have to see now!
Q&A with Chef Yukhiro Sato of Hakubai
Chef Sato answers our questions on the authentic Japanese Kaiseki cuisine offered at the Kitano's Hakubai Restaurant and the difference between an Omakase, Special Kaiseki, or a Okonomi Kaiseki meal—and so much more!
A Design Book Must-Read: The 'Twenty Over Eighty' Book
'Twenty Over Eighty: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design' by Aileen Kwun and Bryn Smith, was published by Princeton Architectural Press.
Lobmeyr Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its Chandeliers at the Met Opera
Lobemeyr recently celebrated the 50th Anniversary of its chandeliers at the New York Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center.
An Art Exhibit in Red Hook, Brooklyn: Jeff Tocci's 'Greatest Hits' Exhibition
Artist Jeff Tocci's 'Greatest Hits' exhibition of drawings, paintings, and lithographs will be on view at the iconic Sunny's Bar in Red Hook, Brooklyn from May 15–June 26, 2016!
Sasha Bikoff for the Lenox Hill Spring Gala
Interior designer Sasha Bikoff created an aquatic-themed table (aquarium and all), for the Lenox Hill Neighbhorhood House Spring Gala.
Designjunction + Dwell on Design
Designjunction + Dwell on Design will partner during NYCxDesign from May 13–15, 2016.
Learn How To Create Beautiful Floral Arrangements at The FlowerSchool New York!
At at FlowerSchool New York, you can learn what to do with the colors of the season, either professionally or in your own home.
Love the Outdoors? Check out the Art on the High Line
Spring is here and there are few better places to enjoy it than the High Line.
The 125th Anniversary Celebration of Carnegie Hall
Celebrate the 125th anniversary of New York cultural institution, Carnegie Hall, at their Anniversary gala on May 5th—the exact day that the great hall opened its doors in 1891.
Sotheby's Designer Showhouse & Auction
Sotheby's third annual Designer Showhouse and Auction is taking place now through April 17, 2016.
Artist Sebastian Vallejo's Solo Exhibition
Artist Sebastian Vallejo's solo exhibition, 'Paramnesia,' will run from April 21–August 27, 2016 at the Arsenal de la Marina Espanola in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Things to Do, Eat, and See in the Hell's Kitchen Neighborhood!
A neighborhood once infamous for its gritty, hardscrabble nature, the Hell's Kitchen of today is known for skyrocketing rents, luxury developments, the Javits Convention Center, a thriving nightlife, and a multitude of restaurants with varying cuisines.
The Ramones Exhibition at the Queens Museum
'Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk' will be on view at The Queens Museum from April 10–July 31st!
Simon Birch and 'The 14th Factory'
Hong-Kong based contemporary artist Simon Birch brings his unique vision, The 14th Factory, to Wall Street.
The Most Provocative Photography Galleries Exhibit Their Finest at the AIPAD Photography Show 2016.
Eighty-six of the world's leading photography galleries will gather in the Park Avenue Armory from April 14-17 to strut their stuff.
Love Book Fairs, Auctions, and Exhibits on Literature? Don't Miss the NYC Rare Book Week!
NYC Rare Book Week includes book fairs, auctions, and exhibits all over town from April 4–16, 2016.
Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2016
The 44th annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House—benefiting the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club—opens to the public on May 12th.
"Denim: Fashion's Frontier" Exhibition
'Denim: Fashion's Frontier' exhibition will be on view at the Museum at FIT through May 7, 2016.
Love Indie Films? Don't Miss the Tribeca Film Festival 2016!
The Tribeca Film Festival will take place from April 13–24, 2016.
Ikebana Exhibition at the Kitano New York
Though Sunday, March 27th New York's only Japanese-owned hotel, the Kitano New York, is hosting 'Ikebana Blooms at the Kitano.'
Tabletop Frenzy: DIFFA's Dining by Design 2016
Each Spring in New York, one of our favorite one-of-a-kind fundraiser events takes place. From March 17–21, DIFFA's Dining By Design will be on view at the Architectural Digest Show on Pier 92.
Sleep Tips from Savoir Beds
Its National Sleep Awareness week! To help you enjoy your slumber, luxury bespoke bed and mattress maker, Savoir Beds, is offering their sleep tips!
Bailey House Auction 2016
On March 10, The annual Bailey House Auction & Gala will take place on Pier 60 at Chelsea Piers on Manhattan's West Side. This year's auction will include Design for Living—check it out!
Emerging Artists at VOLTA NY Art Fair
On March 2, 2016 the VOLTA NY Art Fair will kick off its five-day run on Pier 90 during Armory Arts Week
An Artfully Curated Showroom: West | NYC Home
Architect West Chin's artfully curated new showroom, West | NYC Home, is located on Fifth Avenue.
Designer Jeffrey Beers' Favorite Space
New York City rarely gives up its secrets willingly—especially its better ones, like The Plaza Food Hall.
A History of Computers at the NY Historical Society
Through April 17, the New-York Historical Society presents 'Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York.'
Brooklyn's Museum of Food and Drink
Through the end of May, the Museum of Food and Drink serves up 'Flavor: Making It and Faking It' to inaugurate its recently opened Williamsburg exhibition space, the MOFAD Lab.
"Photo-Poetics" at Guggenheim Museum
Through March 23, the Guggenheim hosts Photo-Poetics: An Anthology, which explores the latest developments in photography through the work of ten international artists.
March Antiques Fairs in Bath
Bath will play host to a two week shopping event this coming March. The event—a collaboration between the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair and Bath Vintage & Antiques Markets—will kick off with the BathVA Market on Sunday, March 6.
'Picasso Sculpture' Exhibit at MoMA
'Picasso Sculpture' includes 140 sculptures from major public and private collections, with 50 sculptures from the Musée national Picasso–Paris.
The Winter Antiques Show 2016
From January 22–31st, the Park Avenue Armory gets its glow on thanks to the Winter Antiques Show.
'Superheroes in Gotham' is at the New-York Historical Society
Since comic book superheroes were born in Gotham in the 1930s—now that's a New York story—generations have thrilled to their adventures.
'Unorthodox' Exhibition at the Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum presents 'Unorthodox' a group exhibition on view through March 27, 2016.
'Munch and Expressionism' at Neue Galerie
On February 18, 2016, Neue Galerie New York will present an exhibition examining Edvard Munch's impact on his contemporaries in Germany and Austria. 'Munich and Expressionism' will be on view through June 13, 2016.
Pat O'Neill Exhibition in Chelsea
Michtell-Innes & Nash presents an exhibition on L.A.-based artist Pat O'Neill. 'Let's Make a Sandwich' will be on view in their Chelsea gallery through January 23, 2016.
Photographer Serge Ramelli's 'New York' Was Recently Published by teNeus
Serge Ramelli's 'New York', a black-and-white portrait of the Big Apple recently published by teNeues, captures the glorious highs, gritty lows, and exceptional transitions of the five boroughs through the lens of a romantic with a cinematic eye.
'Isamu Noguchi at Brooklyn Botanic Garden'
On site through December 13th, Isamu Noguchi at Brooklyn Botanic Garden celebrates the art of art in nature.
Alan Berg's 'Lulu' at the Metropolitan Opera
Does opera ever body slam? Try 'Lulu', Alban Berg's 1935 tonal tale of sex, death, and femme fatale at the Metropolitan Opera from November 5th through December 3, 2015.
A Coney Island Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum
From November 20–March 13, 2016, the Brooklyn Museum hosts 'Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861-2008.'
Artist Deborah Kass Unveils Her Sculpture in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn-based artist Deborah Kass unveils her monumental 'OY/YO' Sculpture in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The bright yellow aluminum word work will be on display through August 2016.
The SeaGlass Carousel Opens at The Battery!
The long-awaited SeaGlass Carousel has finally butterflied into The Battery. Inside, 30 luminous piscine creatures swim riders round to themed music presented by SiriusXM.
'Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen' is on view at the Parrish Art Museum.
'Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen' is on view at the Parrish Art Museum through January 18, 2016.
"Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style" at the Met's Costume Institute
'Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style,' will be on view at the Met's Costume Institute from November 19–February 21, 2016.
Canfin Gallery's Upcoming Jean-Francois Larrieu Exhibition
Tarrytown, New York-based art gallery, Canfin Gallery, is presenting an exhibition of 'New Works' by artist Jean-Francois Larrieu.
Luxury Living Group Holds a Philanthropic Event Supporting Panthera in NYC
Luxury Living Group, the Italian luxury manufacturer of Fendi Casa and Bentley Home, hosted a philanthropic event dedicated to broadening awareness and raising proceeds to benefit Panthera, the global wild cat conservation group.
Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival
Through December 20, the Brooklyn Academy of Music offers the Next Wave Festival, a veritable tsunami of the avant-garde with a line-up of adventurous performances.
The Whitney Museum's Exhibition on Artist Frank Stella
From October 30–February 7,2016, the Whitney presents Frank Stella: A Retrospective, co-organized with the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Field + Supply
Field + Supply, a modern makers craft fair, will take place at The Black Barn in High Falls, New York, from October 10–11, 2015.
Architecture & Design Film Festival
From October 14-18, the Architecture & Design Film Festival will offer a whole new, state-of-the-art way for people to experience architecture and design!
The 27th Annual International Show at the Armory
The 27th Annual International Show (formerly The International Fine Art & Antiques Show), will be held at the Park Avenue Armory in New York from Friday, October 23rd through Thursday, October 29th.
Expose Yourself to Art
Don't miss the just-published 'High Art: Public Art on the High Line'.
Any visit to the Hamptons this summer should include at least one stop at the Parrish Museum.
The New York Historical Society's Exhibition on Al Hirschfeld
At the New-York Historical Society through October 12, 'The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld' celebrates the man who with witty line and piercing insight documented all aspects of the performing arts in the 20th century.
Elias Sime at James Cohan Gallery
From September 10 through October 17, James Cohan Gallery presents an exhibition of works by Elias Sime.
Through Winter 2015-16, Madison Square Park is home to 'Fata Morgana', Teresita Fernández's remarkable sculpture installation.
Maison&Objet Launches in Miami
The grande dame of French design shows, MAISON&OBJET, launched a U.S. satellite this May in Miami called MAISON&OBJET Americas!
Your Keds are over, and maybe even your Air Jordans, as The Rise of Sneaker Culture, though October 4 at the Brooklyn Museum, makes clear.
It's All About Artist Erté at the MET
Jason Kontos discusses the importance of seeing the Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition on French artist Erté's designs for shoe manufacturer Delman.
Sculpture Exhibition at Luhring Augustine's Chelsea Gallery
'Empty House Casa Vazia' will be on view at Luhring Augustine's Chelsea gallery through August 28, 2015.
Through November 1, the New York Botanical Garden hosts 'Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life'.
'Pathmakers: Women in Art, Craft and Design, MidCentury and Today' enlivens the Museum of Arts and Design through September 27.
A Visit to The Cloisters
The Cloisters museum and gardens is one of New York's most treasured hidden gems. Located in Fort Tryon Park which is gorgeous in itself, The Cloisters also happens to be a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art that is devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe.
James Cohan Gallery Expands to the LES
James Cohan Gallery, one of New York's most vibrant galleries, just announced they will be opening a third location on the Lower East Side.
Rizzoli Bookstore Reopens
Rizzoli just reopened it's flagship bookstore in NoMad District's St. James Building!
The 22nd Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit and Auction
The 22nd Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit and Auction will take place Saturday, July 25, 2014 in Water Mill, New York.
'Cut N' Mix' at El Museo del Barrio
El Museo del Barrio presents 'Cut N' Mix', a group exhibition on Latin American collage artists on view through October 17, 2015.
Philippe Parreno at the Park Avenue Armory
French artist Philippe Parreno's multimedia installation at The Park Avenue Armory is a coherent, shifting spectactle designed to entrance
Samara Golden at MoMA PS1
The hallucinatory-like and immersive installation exhibition, 'Samara Golden: The Flat Side of the Knife' is on view at MoMA PS1 through August 31, 2015.
'Hot Town' at Cuevas Tilleard Projects
'Hot Town' is a group exhibition on view at Cuevas Tilleard Projects through August 13, 2015. The gallery, located on the Lower East Side, is showcasing the works of artists Kristen Jensen, Sebastian Vallejo, Joe Brittain, Rob Davis, and Ryan Foerster.
Photographer Costas Picadas' Art Books
Jason Kontos discusses photographer Costas Picadas' new foray into luxuriously crafted coffee table art books.
Meet the Artist: Drew Doggett
On July 11, 2015, Sylvester & Co. Modern General will be hosting a book launch and showcase for photographer Drew Doggett.
East Hampton Antique Show
The East Hampton Antique Show will take place on the bucolic grounds of the historic Mulford Farm Museum on Saturday, July 18, and on Sunday July 19.
The Work of Paul Rand
'Everything Is Design: The Work of Paul Rand' is on view at the Museum of the City of New York through July 19, 2015.
'All Watched Over' at James Cohan Gallery
'All Watched Over,' an exhibition curated by Tina Kukielski, will be on view through August 7, 2015.
Summertime Salon at Robin Rice Gallery
Robin Rice Gallery's Summertime Salon 2015 is a fantastic photographic exhibition featuring artwork of over 50 artists.
Cy Gavin at Sargent's Daughters
Sargent's Daughters will present an exhibition of artist Cy Gavin's work. From July 15–August 20, 2015 'Overture' will be on view at the Lower East Side gallery.
Artist Albert Oehlen at New Museum
'Albert Oehlen: Home and Garden' is on view at New Museum through September 13, 2015. The exhibition will explore the German painters prolific series of work.
Parrish Art Museum
The new Herzog & de Meuron-designed Parrish Art Museum (2012), is situated on 14 acres of meadowland in Water Mill, New York.
Q&A with artist Jeff Tocci
Artist Jeff Tocci answers our questions on his utterly fascinating exhibition, 'Mexicana: Lost & Found.'
The Active Space Presents 'Reactivator'
'REACTIVATOR' is a group survey of past and current building residents at The Active Space and their affiliate studios.
The Magic of Harlem
Danish interior architect and designer, Kirsten Rondal Clausen, brings the magic of Harlem to us.
Design Fair Highlights 2015
Over the spring months, global design fairs reach a crescendo. To make our fellow design lovers happy, we have showcased an overview of our favorite shows below.
Canfin Gallery Presents 'A Sense of Place'
Canfin Gallery's exhibit, 'A Sense of Place' will feature works by artist Tjasa Owen and will be on view from April 25 through May 17, 2015.
Objects of Desire
In 'Collected: Living with the Things You Love,' Fritz Karch and Rebecca Robertson show a spectrum of collectibles and collectors
'The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky'
'The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky' will be on view through May 10, 2015 at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
McMillen Inc., celebrated its 90th year with a fabulous retrospective at the New York School of Interior Design that was on view through December 5, 2014.
Three's a Charm
Lang Hall introduces the 'Dancers' series of made-to-order pedestal drink tables.
Exhibition Openings at Art in General
Tribeca Gallery, Art in General, Presents a Slew of New Exhibitions this Spring
Bailey House Gala & Auction 2015
On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Bailey House will hold it's annual Gala and Auction at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers.
Save Our Skills at Jonathan Burden Gallery
Jonathan Burden, one of our favorite Tribeca showrooms, has partnered with African-based NGO Save Our Skills (SOS), to empower African communities through the sale of their hand-woven African textiles.
Marc Riboud at Rubin Museum of Art
The Rubin Museum of Art presents French photographer Marc Riboud's journeys across Asia during the mid-1950s and 60s, in Witness at a Crossroads. The exhibit will be on view through March 23, 2015.
The Museum of Art and Design regularly jolts us awake to the transformative conjunctions of art, craft, and design.
'Kandinsky Before Abstraction, 1901–1911'
'Kandinsky Before Abstraction, 1901–1911' is on view at the Guggenheim through April 1, 2015.
When the AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design at The Armory show blows into town, the acquisitive acquire. The show was held October 10-12, 2014.
'Vasily Kandinsky: From Blaue Reiter to the Bauhaus, 1910-1925' was on view at Neue Galerie from October 3, 2013-February 10, 2014.
Through February 23, 2014, the New York Historical Society celebrated the 1913 event that introduced modern European art to the U.S. with 'The Armory Show at 100: Modern Art and Revolution.'
It's a Mad, Mad World
What's next in the digital revolution? The Museum of Arts and Design presented 'Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital' through July 6, 2014.
One of the glories of the Metropolitan Museum's fall exhibition line-up is Balthus: Cats and Girls'Paintings and Provocations, September 25, 2013 - January 12, 2014.
Fashion obsessed? Eternally a Madonna fan? The Brooklyn Museum held an exhibition in 2014 on 'The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier.'
From October 30 through November 10, 2014, the American Ballet Theatre stormed the Koch Theater's stage with 'The Tempest,' Alexei Ratmansky's new, Santo Loquasto-designed Shakespeare ballet.
Officine Gullo, now in the U.S., handcrafts its high-performance kitchen equipment in Florence, Italy.
Roman and Williams, the New York-based design firm, created oh-so-glam architecture and interiors for the Viceroy New York.
Sensitively restored by Herzog & de Meuron as part of its renovation of the Park Avenue Armory, the Board of Officers Room has reopened as a salon for concerts and installations.
sohoConcept, a 13-year-old source for contemporary furniture, recently opened its first New York showroom at 229 East 58th Street.
In New York, art blooms all around, sometimes by complete, happy surprise.
Flying Dreams was part of 'Head in the Clouds,' a knock-out exhibition of artist Daniel Merriam's work at AFA Gallery.
'Fresh Take, Making Connections at the Peabody Essex Museum' is a treasure trove of 50 items from the Salem, Massachusetts-based institution founded in 1799
An Exhibit of Works by Anna Bocek at Canfin Gallery
The figures and faces painted by Anna Bocek are full of expression and gesture; emotions are brilliantly captured.
25 to Life!
A manifesto with recipes, Who We Are kicks off the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams silver anniversary doings
Heart of Glass
Venetian Glass by Carlo Scarpa: The Venini Company, 1932–1947, once on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, looked at the wildly innovative work of one of Italy's singular 20th-century architects.
Ever since Matthew Fairbank, the force behind his namesake firm's exquisitely crafted wood furniture and hand-built lighting fixtures, moved to New York, Nest Interiors has been a personal beacon.
For His New Namesake Collection For Maison Gerard, Architect William T. Georgis Pulls Out Design's Dramatic Stops.
Way of the Phoenix
Joseph Carini of Carini Lang has long had a real thing for Ming—textiles, that is.
Not exactly. Nor Banquo's either. Murder most foul has zip-i-dee-doo-dah to do with macabre tale of Olive Thomas, the not-always-blithe spirit in longtime residence at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
Auld Lang Syne
It was Vernon MacFarlane, a transplanted New Zealander with a theater background, who gave El Morocco, that long-gone-but-still-missed beacon of New York nightlife, its covetable blue zebra stripes-now the stuff of legend.
Photographer Peter Margonelli captures the inner mysteries of the great outdoors.
Force of Nature
Artist and agent provocateur, Dan Romer, finds beauty in the masculine.
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