In honor of the New York Burlesque Festival TINY BUBBLES will now be featuring a burlesque show every Thursday at 11 PM.
TINY BUBBLES is the Thursday party at Tribeca's infamous BUBBLE LOUNGE. There is no cover, and either Jon Jon Battles, Sammy Jo, Jennifly or I will be rotating on the CDJs from 9 PM - 1 AM.
This Tribeca mainstay is a perfect place to bring the boys or girls for a round or a bottle of champers and some dancing.
It has a mixed crowd - gay, straight, local, tourist, etc.
TINY BUBBLES every Thursday @
THE BUBBLE LOUNGE
228 WEST BROADWAY
FROM 9 PM SHOW at 11 PM
You may think you could take photos like these. At first glance, Lee Friedlander’s on-the-road pictures—192 of which are on view at the Whitney in Lee Friedlander: America by Car—seem so casual as to be throwaway snapshots. But keep looking, and you’ll see how the molded-plastic dashboards, the swoopy window pillars, and especially the images appearing in the mirrors all reshape the landscape they frame. The result is no more accidental than a Jackson Pollock drip painting and as deceptively difficult to create. — Christopher Bonanos (NYMAG)
Culmination of the Triangle Arts two week artist workshop program
Leo George Babsky : United Kingdom
Henri Akulez Kalama : Democratic Republic of the Congo
Suzanne Marie Broughel : United States
Noa Charuvi : Israel
Echo Eggebrecht : United States
Bang Geul Han : United States
Rachel MacFarlane : Canada
Christine Howard Sandoval : United States
Hong Seon Jang : South Korea
Christophe Katrib : Lebanon
Christine Laquet : France
Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann : United States
Sofia Quirno : Argentina
Line Wasner : Germany
Gabriela Vainsencher : Israel
Dominic Terlizzi : United States
Santiago Borja : Mexico
Elizabeth Rosenthal : Germany
Matthew Ager : Untied Kingdom
Gamaliel Rodriguez: Puerto Rico
Anthony Craig Drennen : United States
Nivi Alroy : Israel
Ari Tabei: United States
Sandrine Binoux: France
Yunju Jaio Park: South Korea
@ 45 Main Street Suite 800 DUMBO Brooklyn 11201
Blood into Gold: the Cinematic Alchemy of Alejandro Jodorowsky
The cult cinema of the 81-year-old, Chilean-born filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky (who will attend in person!) emerges from the underground at the Museum of Arts and Design this fall in its latest film series, running from September 23 - specially timed for the fall equinox - through October 8, 2010. Influenced by his work as a pantomime, theater director, philosopher, playwright, comic book artist, as well as his spiritual training in Zen Buddhism, shamanism, and the occult, Jodorowsky's films eschew traditional narratives, arcs and character tropes.
The six films showcased in "Blood into Gold: the Cinematic Alchemy of Alejandro Jodorowsky" depict dream worlds, brimming with symbols and steeped in mysticism, floating and colliding with the Surrealist concepts of anarchy and randomness - filtered through the hazy, acid-colored lens of psychedelia.
Highlights include his classics El Topo (Sept. 24) and Holy Mountain (Sept. 25), as well as his very first film La Cravate, based on a Thomas Mann novella.
On Saturday afternoon, September 25, Jodorowsky will lead an intimate master class in the museum. This seminar-style program will provide insight into Jodorowsky's thinking on the power of film and art, with attention given to art-making as a means to personal and spiritual enlightenment.
Movie tickets are: $10 general admission, $7 for MAD museum members and students with valid ID.
The MAD Theater is located on the below street level of MAD at 2 Columbus Circle at 59th Street.
For more information about the series, go to http://gold.madmuseum.org/
Madonna Directs W.E. Williamsburg New York 2010
Photo by Christopher Peterson
Sophie Theallet : French, based in New York: what happens next? If you thought you couldn’t mix the French girly nonchalance with American preppy perfection, you are mistaken. There is something uncanny about her designs, they seem to portray a simple approach to the feminine figure but one has to go deeper without knowing where, being left with a question mark. In per se a seduction without a reiteration of the word.
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SUSANNE BARTSCH AND DESI MONSTER PRESENTS
A NEW MONTHLY EVENT - STARTING SEPTEMBER 16TH
ARE YOU READY?!
BLOODY MARY, BLOODY MARY, BLOODY MARY....
A FASHION WEEK SPECTACLE STARRING:
KEMBRA PFAHLER WITH THE GIRLS OF KAREN BLACK
THE DAZZLE DANCERS
HOSTS: CLANS OF
LADIES OF THE LOUNGE:
DEE DEE LUXE
décrire la danse:
DJ WILL AUTOMAGIC
ANDREA & MARKUS
GOOD UNITS 356 WEST 58 ST
PRESENTED BY Société Perrier
THE ONES perform live in the window of Bergdorf Goodman for Fashion's Night Out this Friday Sept 10 event starts at 7:30pm and goes till 10:00pm.
more datails here:
Start your Fashion Week right, girl !!
Patricia Field and House of Field are hosting the second annual Vogue's Fashion Night Out event . This time bigger and better. The legendary downtown boutique will stay open from 11am until 1 am. Yes! After-hours !!
Fabulous shopping, gorgeous people and beauty makeovers for everyone.
Get "false lash glam" at Maybeline New York Falsie Bar.
Trunk shows with SOME PRODUCT APPAREL, SEVILLE MICHELLE ANASTOS, CARMELITA COUTURE and debuting RHLS 3D collection.
Very special performance by Dai Burger.
Music by the number one DJ in the world Amanda Lepore and homeboy Cazwell.
Sexy cocktails by SKYY VODKA and GOLDEN STAR TEA.
Refreshments by CAFE BUSTELO and ARIZONA RESQUE WATER.
ART & FASHION:
535 Hudson Street (at Charles Street)
New York City, NY 10014
Tel: +1 212 229 1120
MarcJacobsInt open BookMarc on Bleeker Street… image via Robert Duffy @ crew :-))))
On Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 – K48 will host a special benefit for our 8th edition, Special K48.
A silent auction will be held at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in the L.E.S. from 6-9pm. The event is free and sponsored by Grolsch beer!
The Eighth Issue of K48 magazine will continue to explore contemporary culture with ‘magic’ as a central theme of the issue. Once again, deploying its well-known penchant for combining an electric mix of artists drawing from various disciplines, K48 unveils the unknown territory of magic. With works specially commissioned for the upcoming issue of K48 by artists such as: Gareth Long, Robert Bittenbender, Kari Altmann, Brian Belott, and Amy Granat - it is an indulgent foray into realms of mystery, enchantment, surprises, and illusions that are at times ethereal, and at other times staggering.
Jake Resnicow, Tommy Marinelli, and Rob Fernandez present
in association with Chris Ryan, Michael Cohen, Kevin Wiltz, & Joey Israel
The Fashion White Party (LaLeche Festival)
The biggest party in the world,
returns to the biggest city in the world!
Limited $55 (plus $5 roundtrip boat ticket) and $150 VIP (includes open bar all night long) here: https://matineenyc.showclix.com/
For years, Matinée Group has been producing some of Europe’s most acclaimed parties: Space @ Ibiza, Circuit Festival in Barcelona, the biggest gay and lesbian event in Europe, as well as the Matinée Summer Festival and the Matinée Winter Festival, events that have become noted for a surfeit of decadent excess and phenomenal professionalism.
Watch the LaLeche! Official Trailer ::
Watch Highlights from the Matinée NYC Debut on Governor's Island :: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFUkGzpCBZE
Music by Matinee All-Star DJ J.Louis & DJ Theresa
+Special Surprise Performance
HOSTS: Woody Woodbeck, Patrick Crough, Brian Rafferty, Jeremy Xtravaganza, Guillermo Izabel Ochoa, Howard Long, Michael Eubank, Brian Babst, Matthew Gagnon, Leandro Ruiz Iribarren
Getting to Governors Island on a New York Water Taxi is just a quick, 4-minute boat ride, and the boats are only a few steps from nearby subway and bus stops. We have added a huge number of boats to service the Island.
Ferries leave every ten minutes from Pier 11 in Lower Manhattan at the corner of South Street & Wall Street (approximately 4 blocks south of the South Street Seaport).
The nearest subway stops:
- 2,3,4,5 – Wall Street Station
- J,M,Z to Broad Street Station
VIEW IN GOOGLE MAPS :: http://bit.ly/Pier11
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT OUR NYC OUTLETS:
Wear Me Out at 358 W. 47th (Hell's Kitchen)
Nasty Pig, 265a W 19th (Chelsea)
Over 100 garments, accessories, and textiles, ranging from mid-eighteenth-century gowns through works by contemporary designers, explore the positive and negative aspects of fashion’s relationship with the environment. Highlights include Norwegian label FIN’s marble-print organic bamboo satin dress; Charmoné’s faux-leather pump; and a potentially hazardous acid-green silk dress from 1860, the color of which was likely achieved through an arsenic-based dye.
At The Fashion Institute of Technology Thru 13 November
Right now, atop the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the multitalented art-making twins Doug and Mike Starn are building an intricately beautiful structure—human termite mound? Anthill?—out of 5,000 pieces of willowy bamboo lashed together by 50 miles of rope. You can walk on the piece, called Big Bambú, as if it were a bridge, albeit one built by spiders from Mars. Think of it as an extension of Central Park itself: winding paths, an elaborate metaphor for growth and mutation, premodern sculpture, and a fantastical unnamed architecture of the mind. There’s no better spot on a warm Friday afternoon. — NYMAG