Times Square was wickedly crowded today, nothing out of the ordinary. But there were more faces in the crowd that usual. Hundreds of black and white posters of peoples faces were pasted all over the corner of 47th Street and 7th Avenue. It looked pretty damn extraordinary. The spectacle was the bra ... More >>
Hot on the heels of the Hoboken Picasso thief, ArtInfo reports that the Chelsea Hotel has been undergoing a Thomas Crown affair of its own. The hotel, designated a landmark in 1966, put up for sale in 2010, has walls "caked with art" by former and current hotel residents, like Henri Cartier-B ... More >>
Here's a good one for future Jeopardy contestants: Legendary French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson - whose work is currently being exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art through June 28 - has a strange connection to this infamously sketchy and Celebrity-collecting "Church."
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