An exhibition dedicated to the American fashion photographer is now on display in NYC.
The world of bright colors and Instagram photo opportunities have exploded with the opening of SoHo’s Color Factory a few years ago, and the trend has only gotten better with age. Also in SoHo, The Happy Go Lucky Exhibit leaves nothing to the imagination. Sporting a Ball Pit, Pink Pool Room, and even a Diamond Room, there’s nothing here that won’t absolutely dazzle anyone’s Instagram followers. But there’s more to it than that, Happy go lucky celebrates you! The stage is yours to create any experience that one would dream of. Step inside of the diamond place, A complete runway that dazzles with sparkling lights and colors. It’s the perfect outlet for high quality pictures and unmatched experiences.
The exhibit showcases the lively spirit of its SoHo address with its bright colors and unique aspects of each and every room. The Kaleidoscope tunnel is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before, sit inside as the colors constantly flash, shapes morph into new shapes, light shifts, and patterns spin. It’s truly a place unlike any other and anyone who sits in it for awhile will be moved and amazed.
The exhibit contains illusions, magic, optics, and opportunities sure to make anyone’s trip (or regular day) in New York unique and exciting. This event is can’t miss, check it out here!
Exclusive: Jordan “Love Watts” Watson Talks Partnership with Diddy & Ciroc for #CIROCStands Campaign
On February 25th, Cîroc unveiled their third art installment of #CIROCStands curated by Jordan Watson.
HBO’s ‘The O.G. Experience’ Gives Voice To Currently And Formerly Incarcerated Artists
In conjunction with HBO’s release of its newest prison drama, “O.G.,” formerly incarcerated artists put their works on display at Studio 525 in Manhattan’s Chelsea district through an exhibition titled ‘The O.G. Experience’ in order to call attention to their otherwise ignored stories.
Underfashion Club’s 2018 FEMMY Awards Brings in Record Gifts; Dita Von Teese Hosts
Taking its place as one of the premier industry events, Underfashion Club’s 60th Annual FEMMY Awards took place in the middle of New York Fashion Week, at Cipriani 42nd Street on February 6th.
Wonmin Park ‘s first solo exhibition in the USA at ultra-chic Carpenters Workshop Gallery is a celebration of technicality and patience.
New York’s Lévy Gorvy Gallery champions Vincenzo Agnetti in a solo exhibition for the Modern Italian Artist; it is the first in over twenty-five years.
We drop by Lawrence Van Hagen newest show, “What’s Up New York”, three floors of art to browse, just in time for fair week.
We stopped by NADA New York 2017, the New Art Dealer’s Alliance, for the annual show at Skylight Clarkson Square. Here are five artists worth keeping in mind.