The Bushwick gallery played host to four eminent European street artists who, with their full-grown facial hair and ability to drink alcohol legally, can safely be considered geezers. Flying Fortress (Germany), Eine (UK), Pez (Spain) and London Police (Amsterdam) will have work at 49 Bogart Street until October 12.
So there's thing called the Real World? That's filming in Red Hook? And is ostensibly important? Guess so: spectators went apeshit when the Brooklyn cast showed up to a Semi Precious Weapons fashion-week soiree at Rebel. Here's what we know about them so far.
Rococo was France's 18th-century answer to minimal luxury condos and Crate and Barrel accoutrements: the interior space as a pricey work of art. These days its a euphemism for powdering up, throwing on that wig and getting your late-period Bach on. Maro documents.
There were models and they did credibly work the wooden-planked walkway. But models don't usually share their catwalk with speeding bicyclists, tourists, joggers, and weary commuters. More on the fashion show here.
The Brooklyn congressional candidate is almost as well-known for his past violence against women as he is for his MTV stint. Can he overcome it? Last week, he tested the waters by hosting a "Women for Kevin Powell" party at the Canal Room. It was pretty much a flop. More about Powell's...
Andres Serrano shot 66 different piles of doo-doo dumped by as many animals. He's blown the photos up to eight feet high and plans to hang them the walls of the Yvon Lambert Gallery beginning September 4. More about Serrano's show here.
Many people love their cars, but it takes a true enthusiast to wax your hair like it's 1954 to match your vintage ride. For the Rumblers, Saturday, August 23 was another day as a greaser, with members of the car club traveling from as far as Toronto to gather under the BQE with barbers and...