From Saturday, June 8, 2019 to Sunday, September 29, 2019, the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), located in the Bronx, New York City, is presenting the show Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx, bringing together movement, arts, dance, business and of course, its magnificent landscape.
No better place to show Burle Marx (1909–94) exhibition, who is known as a visionary in the world of preservation and creativity, a force of nature from Brazil—through his bold landscapes, vibrant art, and passionate commitment to plant conservation.
His powerful modernist vision produced thousands of gardens and landscapes.
Who doesn’t know the wavy walkways of Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro?
During the time of the exhibition, many events is happening, as the one from http://www.nglccny.org/ , at the Pine Tree cafe, the World Pride Night.
Outside the café, and later through the NYBG, the contagious music and performance of the band “Fogo Azul”, and its “maestro”, Stacy Kivacs – brought presents to dance and play.
When the “parade”, finished another event started, in front of the Conservatory, where the party continued with more caipirinhas, samba dancing classes, and shows, with music from Brazilian artists and DJs.
A perfect Pride afternoon/evening in NYC Pride’s month.
The Boardwalk links the excitement of Coney’s colorful amusements and the sweeping calm of beach and ocean. It is an enduring symbol of New York City and its most famous playground, Coney Island.
Coney Island offers an ideal summer respite from the hectic and steamy city. With nearly 3 miles of sandy beaches, Coney Island’s sunny skies and rolling waves make for the perfect getaway. If being active at the beach is more your idea of fun than just catching some rays, Coney Island also offers exciting recreation opportunities. With courts for beach volleyball, handball, and basketball as well as playgrounds and amusement rides, the beach and boardwalk can provide hours of entertainment.
Sheepshead Bay is a bay separating the mainland of Brooklyn, New York City, from the eastern portion of Coney Island. The mouth of the bay is about 1.0 mile (1.6 km) southwest of Marine Park, Brooklyn.
Coney Island is well known as the site of amusement parks and a seaside resort. In recent years, the area has seen the opening of MCU Park stadium which has become home to the Brooklyn Cyclones minor league baseball team, as well as the New York Cosmos professional soccer club. In addition, Coney Island has opened a new amusement park among several adjacent ones.
Want to discover the Upper East Side in a whole new way?
Don’t miss this year’s 3rd Avenue Street Fair!
In a gorgeous end of Summer day, Sunday, September 13, 2016, we headed again to that traditional street Fair, the third avenue, that runs from 12:00 Noon – 5:00 PM , between 66th to 86th Streets on 3rd Avenue New York , NY
The Annual 3rd Avenue Community Benefit Festival hosted by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce CBF is one of NYC’s five oldest and largest street fairs.
Over 800 vendors selling all types of products, artists, politicians, free fun for the whole family, including arts, crafts, antiques, plants, entertainment, games, and more.
Check out the photographs and have a better idea; maybe next year you will not miss it.
We were surprised by one more special Manhattan secret when visiting the C.B. Group show; lots of galleries at the same buildings – 548/547 were having their opening nigh at the same time! The building was one whole party of Arts and people walking around, it all served by wine and cheese – most of them anyway.
On September 8th, 2016, from 6 to 8 PM, we attended the exciting group show at the Carter Burden Art Gallery, located at 548 West 28th Street, New York, 10001.
The exhibition will continue until September 29, with the following schedule:
Tuesday to Friday: 11 – 5
Saturday: 11 – 6
As we all know – and for those who don’t – this gallery is part of a broader program from the C.B. Center , which has the mission to promote safety and dignity of seniors, including their artistic talents. It was a beautiful event, lots of
The curator of the exhibition is Marlena Vacaro.
The night didn’t finish there at Carter Burden gallery; the entire building have plenty of galleries and they all were have their opening at the same time; a luck night of Art and Happiness.
Walking outside the Empire States and parties in the streets; NYC!
In this small slide show (photos from iPhone) I hope you can get one idea of the good time all the lucky presents at the group exhibition had; enjoy!
Sunday’s brilliant sunshine and gently rising temperatures provided a respite from the blizzard that paralyzed New York and part of the East Coast.
Overall snowfall of 26.8 inches in Central Park made it New York’s second biggest winter storm since records began in 1869, and Saturday’s 26.6 inches made for a single-day record in the city. Some of the blizzard’s heaviest snow bands wound up over New York City and Long Island, sending snow totals spiking higher than the 12-18 inches forecasters predicted Thursday.
From May 17-September 7 2015, the exhibition “One Woman Show”, of Yoko Ono at the MOMA – Museum of Modern Art
“The Museum of Modern Art presents its first exhibition dedicated exclusively to the work of Yoko Ono, taking as its point of departure the artist’s unofficial MoMA debut in late 1971. At that time, Ono advertised her “one woman show,” titled Museum of Modern [F]art. However, when visitors arrived at the Museum there was little evidence of her work.
According to a sign outside the entrance, Ono had released flies on the Museum grounds, and the public was invited to track them as they dispersed across the city. Now, over 40 years later, Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971 surveys the decisive decade that led up to Ono’s unauthorized exhibition at MoMA, bringing together approximately 125 of her early objects, works on paper, installations, performances, audio recordings, and films, alongside rarely seen archival materials.
The New York Botanical Garden is a playground for a photographer like me; everywhere I was looking at there was something interesting for my type of photography, something from which I could’ve translate in some design.
In a beautiful explosion of colors, textures, contrasts, saturation, like that of the New York Botanical Garden, and Frida Kahlo show, I was left in a photographer paradise…well, at least mine kind of.
Inspired by her strong contrasts, the music and dancers, I was intensively picturing the ballet of colors and forms of the beautiful garden. That’s why this work is presented in two parts:because of the amount of photos.
Happy and relaxed people around me, made it easy the walk for almost three hours, under one of these amazing sunny days of NYC.
This work is my homage to the great woman that was Frida Kahlo, one inspiration, a woman pioneer in so many senses, including in her choice of in what side of the border she choose to live, love and create.