MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
For those inclined to spend their leisure away from the insidious allure of NYC’s night scene, there are plenty of culture-friendly alternatives in the art world. NYC being a veritable Mecca for artistry (in all forms), there is never shortage of brilliance on display. Whether it’s through paint, film, or photo, there is a plethora of skill layered within every medium.
Art appreciation is double-edged sword of sorts: fleeting in its exposure, though infinitely more desirable because of it. Don’t let these exhibits pass you by, for their presence is tantalizingly evanescent!
Culture encompasses more than the ubiquitous salacity of the evening. Enveloped within this complex institution are the finer arts—various mediums striving for expression in myriad form. As perhaps the most subjective element in human culture, Art’s multifaceted allure rests upon its ability to resonate in some and not others.
Therefore, any reporting of New York’s diverse art scene is incomplete without an equally versatile offering. In light of that, here are 5 recently (or soon to be) opened art exhibits occurring throughout the city.
Once again, the impending doom of another dolorous work weeks loom heavy on the minds of the feisty, over-worked proletariat! In the consummate war against apathy, monotony, and all the other odious byproducts of respectability and reason, there is only one true salvation: seizing the raucous potential embedded within even the most unassuming of evenings!
Fear not.The doctor is in, and doling out copious handfuls of revelry—one day at a time!
When: Monday, March 5th: 6pm
Where: City Winery
My first dining experience at APL was exceptional and certainly not my last. The electric-wallpaper LES sweet spot located on Orchard Street entices your eye as well as your stomach.
Upon entry you are immediately captivated by the bright and colorful textured wall art that could very well serve as a backdrop for your next Facebook default photo shoot. The kaleidoscope colors were chosen by none other than Shepard Fairey, whose work hangs in the Museum of Modern Art.