On Friday October 11th HBO held an event to celebrate the upcoming film “Liberty: Mother of Exiles” – a powerful documentary that gets into the very fabric of what America is really made of.
Sitting coolly in a corner booth at the Roxy Hotel, Arthur J Williams Jr. (aka: ‘Artorius’) discusses his story that ranges from South Side of Chicago, to being a wildly successful money counterfeiter, to being a successful artist on the verge of attaining greatness.
The new show, A Dangerous Idea, at the Chase Contemporary gallery in New York City’s Chelsea art district, opened for The Connor Brothers as their first solo exhibition in the United States.
The unlimited world of Alberto Giacometti reveals an infinite intensity in his early pre-war sculptures, some of which stand only inches tall.
In anticipation of the new hit mini-series, Sharp Objects, the Bowery Terrace is turned inside out with flowers.
This crusade of a documentary is a private eye into New York’s own law enforcement.
Taking a leading position on what an office can be, the Yard delights both tenants and visitors with its newest art exhibition, Static Beauty, curated by Ché Morales.
In an epic pursuit to eliminate illegal marine poaching, one unlikely band of volunteers unite to bring down the worst of them all: The Thunder.
A tribute show to Andy Warhol: the artist, the legend, the….. model!