ART FOOD VIEWS
In Order of Appearance Index
ART 1.Keith Sonnier 2.Jonathan Borofsky 3. Chris Doyle at Andrew Edlin Gallery 4.Prada SOHO 5.Dan Flavin at 101 Spring St. 6.Roy Hargrove Quintet at The Blue Note 7.Oscar Bony 8&9.MOCA Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960–1980, Artisits- you tell me… 10.MOMA Sculpture Garden, artist- you tell me… 11.Juan Downey 12.Joan Miró 13.Barbara Rossi 14.Geta Brătescu 15.Robert Janitz at Teamgallery
FOOD 1.Marta Manhattan 2.Friend of a Farmer 3.MAMO NYC 4.Hudson Clearwater 5.The Dutch 6.Sarabeth’s Tribeca 7.The Greek NYC 8.Santina (for dinner and breakfast the next day) 8.Indochine 9.Joe’s Pizza on Carmine 10.I didn’t take any photos but The Shake Shack in Brooklyn
VIEWS 1.Manhattan 2.Central Park 3.Washington Square Park 4.Kimpton 70 Park 5.The New Whitney 6.The Highline 7.Reunion Goods&Services 32 Avenue of the Americas 8.Greenwich Village 9.Prada 10.SOHO 11.Downtown 12.Brooklyn Bridge 13.Brooklyn Hights 14.NYC Subway 15.MOMA 16.Chelsea Market 17.West Side Riverwalk Sunset 18.Uptown 19.Central Park 20.Washington Square Park 21.Fountain at 6th Ave and Carmine 22.Hotel Hugo
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After 4 years of tending to the few fruit trees around our house I finally got a real harvest. Beautiful, abundant, fragrant, delicious- tangelos!
LIVE @ Liv, a new arts & entertainment series is happening THURSDAY September 6th @ 7pm ! Joel Smith will be reading fiction and I’ll be reading some new poems ! My visual art will be on display through October 23rd ! LIV is open 8am-9pm their bistro hours are 8am to 3pm.
Joel Smith edits fiction for Spork Press and has work forthcoming in Wigleaf. A recent interview about The Parish, his first graphic novel, can be found at the AmeriCorps Alums website.
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Tagged Acrylic, announcements, Encaustics, Events, Food, Joel Smith, LIV Café & Bistro, Shows, VALYNTINA GRENIER
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This year’s art auction features works from over 50 artists. Click here for a preview!
The silent auction and garden party will take place Sunday, June 5 from 6-9 p.m. on the rolling lawns of the historic Franklin House, 402 N. Main Ave., 85701. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Click here for more information.
Remote bidders can place bids via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. On-line bids must be in increments of $10. Bidding will close at midnight on June 4, the day before the garden party. Remote bidders can also ask to have a proxy bidder assigned to them, who will make bids on site during the day of the auction. Please contact Miranda by Friday, June 3 if you would like a proxy bidder.