THE ORIGINATORS OF CAIN WEDNESDAYS RETURN IN A NEW LOCATION
Hosted by Amanda Lepore and Paul Alexander
@ Griffen Night Club 50 Gansevoort St. East New York
Who has killed the Youth ? The Fashion has made it
Star Bloggers Tavi Gevinson ( http://tavi-thenewgirlintown.blogspot.com) & Bryan Boy (www.bryanboy.com )
13 TH Annual DUMBO Art Under The Bridge Festival
Various Locations Dumbo/Brooklyn
Phoenix Live Tonight and Tomorrow
In the park with the catchy French foursome that has been playing for more than a decade but broke through with this year’s Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. With Passion Pit (NYMAG)
@ Rumsey Playfield in Central Park
72nd ST. near Fifth Ave. NYC
Grand opening Tonight for the hottest new gay bar in NYC!!!!!
Music by the legendary NITA AVIANCE (MR Black)
Open Vodka Bar sponsored by Ultimat 10-11pm
Hosted By Ted Arenas @ 642 10 Ave NYC
It's plausible that your whole conception of Frenchness comes from the photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue. His images of fashionable ladies strolling the Paris boulevards, of early auto races and biplanes—so Français that they verge on being café-poster clichés, except that Lartigue was one of the first to get them on film. Before his death in 1986, Lartigue left his work to the French government, and this week, about 50 of his prints come to Howard Greenberg. Plan ahead: You're probably going to want dinner at the nearest bistro after your visit. — Christopher Bonanos (NYMAG) Thru 10/24
@ Howard Greenberg Galleries 41 Eat 57 Street NYC
DANCE.HERE.NOW PRESENTS S.O.S.(SAVE OUR SISTA) ANTHONY LAMONT BENEFIT PARTY
THE RECESSION HAS HIT THE DRAG WORLD!!-EVERY BIG DJ IS SPINNING ALL PROCEEDS GO TO NEWLY FORMED "FEED A QUEEN FOUNDATION"
Tonight @ Cielo NYC
Kehinde Wiley @ Deitch Project 76 Grand Street NYC Thru 9/26
The graciously contrarian artist unveils a show of photographs, which were inspired by his own research photos on which he bases the paintings he’s best known for: of young African-American men posing in hip-hop garb amid jarring, highly decorated settings influenced by decades of Western art and desisgn ( NYMag )
Extended through November 29! American artist Roxy Paine (born in 1966) has created a 130-foot-long by 45-foot-wide stainless-steel sculpture, especially for the Museum’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden. Giving viewers the sense of being immersed in the midst of a cataclysmic force, Maelstrom (2009) is Paine’s largest and most ambitious work to date. The latest in a diverse body of work, this sculpture is one of the artist’s Dendroids based on systems such as vascular networks, tree roots, industrial piping, and fungal mycelia. Set against Central Park and its architectural backdrop, the installation explores the interplay between the natural world and the built environment amid nature’s inherently chaotic processes.
At Metropolitan Museum 1000 Fifth Ave at 82 Street NYC
Cocktail Party-soiree privee, inside the boat
DJS Max Pask & Pierre
the password is SHHHH!!
Tonite @ Pier 66 W.26th St. and the West Side Highway NYC
The Nex fall collection, “Cameras For Eyes and Horses For Hearts” is inspired by the military uniforms of the American Civil War. The source of inspiration is fitting as Danish born designer, Lars Stoten has selected a new home for Mjölk. Trying out their luck, Mjölk has taken up roots in America’s fashion capital of New York.
Mjölk’s fall collection borrows rugged and masculine elements from the American Civil War and pairs them with Mjölk’s signature proportions and cuts. Earth tones are wonderfully complimented by bursts of electric blue, deep red, and mustard. Stern neutral-based coats and blazers are contrasted by cheerful chunky knits and fashion-forward leggings. The collection’s finishing touch is a striking selection of boots, moccasins, and metal-framed backpacks. Taken as a whole, Mjölk’s latest collection offers the sophisticated, yet youthful zest that fall 2009 craves.
In these Pictures SS Collection 2009
Thanks to Marco Maggetto ndr !
Whitney Museum of American Art says:
Artist Sadie Benning is known for her experimental video narratives, which she started making in the late 1980s. First shown here in the Whitney's 1993 Biennial, and again in the 2000 Biennial, Benning now presents her latest video installation Play Pause (2006) as part of the Whitney's Contemporary Series. The two-channel video departs from Benning’s earlier work, cutting together hundreds of the artist’s gouache drawings of urban landscapes, figures, and abstractions. With its fragmented split-screen perspective, durational takes of still drawings, and occasional use of color filters, Play Pause speaks to the heightening of perception that accompanies periods of loss. This is Benning’s first solo museum exhibition in New York.(FLAVORPILL)
Curator; Tina Kukielski Thru 20 Sept
@ Whitney Museum of American Art 945 Madison Ave NYC
The Best Magazine Of The Moment:
Steven Klein went to Argentina to shoot the fourth issue of EY! Magateen.
EY! with only 1000 copies limited edition, with no ads, is more like an artist portfolio, so, be fast, EY! is out already.
14 set 2009, 22.00 10:00 PM - HIRO BALLROOM/MARITIME HOTEL NYC
LADY BUNNY DJING AT THE MARC JACOBS/V MAGAZINE FASHION WEEK PARTY WITH A PERFORMANCE BY LADY GAGA!
CAN YOU SAY OVAH?
FASHION ETCETERA will be launched in September with an exhibition at Milk Gallery in New York. The project is a partnership with the Tommy Hilfiger group who have exclusive 3rd party rights to market, distribute and sell a special edition of the book and are sole sponsors of the exhibition.
OPENING TODAY :
The ATP festival in Monticello has a mighty stupendous lineup—not just great young bands like Animal Collective and Atlas Sound, not just great old bands like the Melvins and Suicide, but fun, funky stuff like a game room “hosted” by producer Steve Albini, a screening of Jim Jarmusch’s Mystery Train, and a slate of comedians curated by David Cross. The thing we’re looking most forward to, though, is the Feelies ripping straight through their 1980 classic Crazy Rhythms.
11-12-13 Sept @ Kutshers Country
1 Kutsher Rd, Monticello NYC
On Friday, the 11th of September Damir Doma shows a Mens Spring Summer 2010 installation.
In addition we show a preview to Silent, the new organic collection by Paper Rain and Damir Doma.
"Silent Products are the result of a conscientious, ecologically friendly and transparent production process. We strive to create honest garments and accessories by rejecting excessive elements."
@ Soho Grand Hotel 310 West Broadway NYC
Lady Fag says;
We all want to have our cake and eat it too...I mean who wouldn't? Unless your birthday is right before fashion week. So come celebrate my birthday fashionably without cake....Ok they'll be cake but we're not eating it!!!
Sometimes it feels my life is one big celebration of life so come help me celebrate a life of celebration....MY BIRTHDAY!!!! And because there's a Lady and a Fag in me, we're gonna give them each their own party. Who do you wanna celebrate with??!!!
The LADY party....Wednesday September 9th at Salon Grand which is outdoors in The Yard at the SoHo Grand Hotel. Hosted with my friend Jeremy Kost and as a birthday treat to me my friends John John Fields and Michael Magnan will be DJ'ing some of my favourite tunes while we all lounge, laugh and drink margaritas! 7-12 fabulous and free!
The FAG party....Friday September 11th at Mr. Black. A birthday party to shake your booty too!! Even if your a top... come shake your bottom with me on the dancefloor of Mr. Black. The whole gang of Gary 49 (Macky, Drewpsie, Amanda Lepore, Black Eddie, Jeff and crew!)will be there with special guest my friend Alex Malgouyers (Club Sandwich,Paris) doing a birthday DJ set! We'll dance untill the wee hours of morning and untill I forget how old I'm really getting!!...
email me for guestlist.
Come to one....come to both!!!
Hope to see you all!