Art World, Events + Entertainment, Travel

Life is Beautiful

Last weekend, Brian was scrolling through his Instagram feed when all of a sudden, he jolted and showed me a post: Mr Brainwash snapped a photo of his show’s soft opening! On a whim, we left the cozy confines of our apartment to check out the exhibit in Chelsea.

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Philippe Parreno: H(N)YPN(Y)OSIS

If you’re looking for something to do on a humid Friday night, consider the Philippe Parreno installation at the Park Avenue Armory.

The show just opened on June 10th & I dragged Brian into it this past Friday for post work libations with a side of art appreciation.

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Yayoi Kusama: Give Me Love

This past weekend, we visited David Zwirner in Chelsea and stood in line under the sweltering afternoon heat to experience the Obliteration Room. Half an hour later, we were handed a page with polka dot stickers in varying colors and a polite reminder to limit our visit to 5 minutes.

Here’s some photos of us trying to be blend and be obliterated into the spherical madness.

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Ensemble, Events + Entertainment, Food

The Mean Reds, Mac Conner, & American Food Porn.

This weekend was super chill but eventful. My Saturday consisted of a trip to the Museum of the City of New York for the Mac Conner exhibit, burgers and fries at The Fireplace, and a visit with my mom and sis. Click through for more photos of the exhibit and some major food porn Americana-style!

Illustration for “All the Good Guys Died” by Frederic Wakeman “Behind him, bar sounds rose and fell. A girl said, ‘No one dies till his time comes. That I know.'”


Cheeseburgers. Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. Philly Cheesesteak. Cajun Fries and Onion Rings. Pickles, Texas and Cheese sauces on the side. What diet?

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Jazz Age Lawn Party

Though the Jazz Age continued it became less and less an affair of youth. The sequel was like a children’s party taken over by the elders.

F. Scott Fitzgerald

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