Wednesday, May 25, 2011
So check out Sherry Aliberti. She just started dedicating herself as an artist about two years ago. Her growth as an artist since then has been incredible.
You can find her work everywhere this summer.
Check her out here:
1. Bushwick Open Studios:
2. Figment in NYC
3. Art in odd places
Have you ever gone to the Gowanus Ballroom? It's this amazing warehouse on the Gowanus Canal. It's a welding studio that is turned into a exhibition space every few months. The first time I stepped foot in the building I was overtaken by how beautiful it was.
I'm kind of in shock to be showing art in such an interesting space. If you are in the area, you should come stop by! I'd love to see you.
8pm - 2am
55 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215
What is the architecture of devotion?
How does a particular space and the objects within transcend the physical, gracing the souls of some, while leaving others unmoved? Do we choose to experience, or is it inspired?
This exhibition will contrast themes of devotion, ritual, and sacred places, with the mundane, routine, and temporal nature of the spaces we inhabit and the objects within. Artists are encouraged to interrogate the cavernous, cathedral-like space of the Gowanus Ballroom, to challenge our shared understanding of temporal spirituality, and to explore the confounding nearness between the sacred and profane.
Monday, May 23, 2011
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Monday, May 9, 2011
Monday, May 2, 2011
On Fashion's Night out Sherry and I ran to the Mcqueen boutique and marveled at the craftsmanship of all the clothing. Oh, and the texture. We looved the texture. Then, Sherry couldn't take it anymore and bought a skull clutch. Let me point out we were looking at the ready made clothes. What is going to happen when we see get together to see the couture clothing?
And to save the best for last. This one is my favorite because it reminds me of a vintage wedding dress, so isn't it ironic it's called