Affordable Art Fair NYC returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion for its spring fair edition, welcoming over 70 local, national and international exhibitors, to showcase original contemporary work from over 300 contemporary artists. Browse our diverse and carefully curated selection of artworks ranging between $100 to $10,000, and discover the artworks that make you Art Happy!
Named by Thrillistas one of the “17 Things You Have to Do in Winter in New York City.”
New York Wine Events is pleased to invite you to the NYC Winter WineFestival, our largest tasting of the year with expansive variety of wines. Join us at The PlayStation Theater in Times Square on Saturday, March 10, 2018 as we savor selections from all over the world, delicious food and amazing music.
The world's leading brands along with today's top talent come together in a carefully curated presentation of design, offering inspired vignettes by respected brands, design seminars, culinary demonstrations, and special appearances. From furniture, accessories, lighting, and art to kitchen, bath, and building projects, the show offers thousands of products to source and shop—both from independent makers and established manufacturers.
The Hamptons’ real estate market showed significant strength in the fourth quarter of 2017. Overall, total sales volume increased 20% vs. 2016, driven by a 23% gain in the number of sales, which was slightly offset by a modest 3% decline in average prices.
Based on the 1950 novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith (CAROL, THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY), Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological thriller shows why he was the master of the genre.Following the screening of the film will be a discussion with Hamptons International Film Festival Board co-chair Alec Baldwin and Artistic Director David Nugent.
Ring in the New Year all over again with the Chinese New Year Parade! On February 25, Chinatown will be stormed by dragons and dancers alike during the annual parade, which heads down Mott Street from Canal Street starting at 1pm.
Looking for a Valentine's Day gift? Give the gift of the greatest love story of all time, with tickets to the New York City Ballet's staging of Romeo + Juliet. Showing this February 13-23, the performance embraces the innocence of its heroes and proves that true love cannot be overcome.
Escape the cold with the Brooklyn Craft Spirits Fest, featuring 100 styles of spirits. On February 10th, meet the distillers, master blenders, and experts behind the spirits at the Brooklyn Expo Center.
What is #SummerSomeplace? It is a declaration that rosé has a place at our tables year round. It is a nod to wine’s transportive power; its unique ability to energize a gathering, enhance a meal and evoke the carefree spirit of warmer months. The new, sophisticated bottle and contemporary label gives Finca Wölffer Rosé 2017 a distinct look and carries forward the bohemian spirit of life in the Hamptons. Keep an eye out for dynamic content, partnerships and fun pop-ups throughout the year!
There is a lot of uncertainty in the air as we begin this new year. The recent changes to the Tax Code have generated rumors that homes prices will be significantly devalued during 2018. These rumors are purposefully provocative and not based in proper context. There will be movement, but more like ripples than waves. Historically, real estate in NYC responds more to job growth, the stock market, bonuses, and corporate profits than to tax changes.... and all indicators for those indexes are excellent for 2018.
"In our current cultural mood, bordering on oppressive politeness, the statement "just being polite" is a defensive exchange made between people when one’s politeness is rejected. Politeness has become a veneer to cover any and everything sensitive, damaged, uncertain, confused, unequal, oppressed, violent, sexual, personal, natural, primitive, uncontrollable, or conflicted. The artists in this exhibition are done “trying to be polite,” communicating instead with honest, complex emotions about difficult states and situations with agency, energy and without apology."
Brooklyn echoed Manhattan market in closing activity this quarter as buyers anticipated sweeping changes of the tax legislation and rushed to lock in the full $1M mortgage interest deduction on new originations. This urgency was reflected by a 14% year-over-year increase in the number of closings by December 15th, coupled with a surge of transactions occurred in the $500K-$1M price segment, which was most impacted by the mortgage interest deduction limit change.
Can't get enough of NYC cuisine? NYC Restaurant Week presents the rare opportunity to get a deal on a 3-course lunch or dinner at over 300 restaurants, and will be held from January 22-February 9. #NYCRestaurantWeek
What do you buy that friend or family member who has everything?? The below organizations have fantastic gifts where all or part of the proceeds go to some really fantastic charities. Make someones Holiday Season a little brighter by helping them to help others!
For nearly 60 years, David Hockney (British, born 1937) has pursued a singular career with a love for painting and its intrinsic challenges. This major retrospective—the exhibition's only North American venue—will honor the artist in his 80th year by presenting his most iconic works and key moments of his career from 1960 to the present.
I have had the pleasure of dining at the James Beard house twice this year and both times were wonderful. If you have never experienced a dinner here you are missing out on a true New York City experience!!
For those of you not in NYC there are plenty of James Beard events through out the country all year long. Some of the upcoming locations are; Sanibel Island, Carmel, Orlando, and Palm Springs.
Join me for what is sure to me an amazing evening at the 92nd Street Y. The Crown returns to Netflix on Dec 8th but you can get a sneak peak at the new season, as well as hear from the 2 leading actors, Claire Foy and Matt Smith on Mon, Dec 4, 2017, 7:30 pm
The Parrish Art Museum will be screening a selection of whimsical, extraordinary, and award winning animated and live action short films from the 2017 New York International Children’s Film Festival. Films recommended for ages 3–7, 1–2pm; Films for ages 8 to adult, 2–3pm
Let your inner Audrey come out and have "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (and lunch)!! On November 10th Tiffany's is opening it's first ever restaurant inside their NYC flagship store on 5th Avenue. The Blue Box Café is on the fourth floor at 727 Fifth Avenue, part of a renovated space that showcases a luxury home and accessories collection. This is the first project from Reed Krakoff, who became the company’s chief artistic officer in January.
Louis Vuitton presents “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” at the American Stock Exchange Building in New York City from October 27th, 2017 through January 7th, 2018.
Curated by Olivier Saillard, the exhibition retraces the adventure of the House of Louis Vuitton from 1854 to the present. A story told through the portraits of its founders, as well as those who today are inventing the Louis Vuitton of tomorrow.
Whether you enjoy it in your pajamas from the comfort of your own home or you join the crowds in the center of the action, be sure not to miss New York's beloved Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 23rd.
Toast the completion of the 2017 Harvest with an intimate lunch in the Wolffer wine cellar. A delicious seasonal menu by Wölffer Kitchen Sag Harbor will provide the perfect backdrop to taste tank and barrel samples of the wines of this exceptional vintage, along with other surprise sips of winemaker Roman Roth's choosing. Be among the first to taste the 2017 wines, just days after they've completed fermentation.
One of the newest cultural hubs to pop up in Brooklyn, Industry City has a lot of exciting things on the calendar in the month of November. From the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisinal Food Festival to weekly rock and roll concerts for the whole family, there is no lack of fun to be had here.
Love holiday craft fairs? The Renegade Craft Fair on November 18th and 19th is your dream come true. Over 200 artisans will be on site selling everything from jewelry and pottery to artwork and our favorite, home décor. Metropolitan Pavilion, 11am-6pm both days.
Chinese artist and activist, Ai Weiwei, has taken over NYC with a 300 piece installation takeover covering the 5 boroughs. You have until Feb. 11 to find the public works that come under the name "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors", where Ai Weiwei responds to the political and social divide that has lead to refugee crises worldwide and throughout history. Photo courtesy of Ai Weiwei Studio.