From last night’s reading of Pussy Riot's letters, lyrics and trial statements by Chloë Sevigny, MX Justin Vivian Bond, Eileen Myles, Karen Finley, Johanna Fateman and other artists in Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel New York.

Photo by Ashton Cooper for ARTINFO

From last night’s reading of Pussy Riot's letters, lyrics and trial statements by Chloë Sevigny, MX Justin Vivian Bond, Eileen Myles, Karen Finley, Johanna Fateman and other artists in Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel New York.

Photo by Ashton Cooper for ARTINFO


We’re hosting a free reading of excerpts from Pussy Riot's closing statements in Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel New York this Thursday evening with Eileen Myles, Mx Justin Vivian Bond, Johanna Fateman, Chloë Sevigny, JD Samson and more. Free to the public, 7:30pm. Whether or not you can make it, please text your support to Amnesty International by sending ACTION7 and your full name to 88080.

This lovely poster is by Rebecca Lieberman.

We’re hosting a free reading of excerpts from Pussy Riot's closing statements in Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel New York this Thursday evening with Eileen Myles, Mx Justin Vivian Bond, Johanna Fateman, Chloë Sevigny, JD Samson and more. Free to the public, 7:30pm. Whether or not you can make it, please text your support to Amnesty International by sending ACTION7 and your full name to 88080.


This lovely poster is by Rebecca Lieberman.


This Sunday in Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel New York, SHUT Skateboards NYC presents DEATHBOWL TO DOWNTOWN, an allegory of street skating in NYC with the streets themselves cast in the lead. Joyously shot on Super 8, with a period soundtrack, narrated by Chloë Sevigny and screening just in time for International Go Skateboarding Day when, every year on June 21, skateboarders old and new around the globe celebrate the pure exhilaration, creativity and spirit of one of the most influential activities in the world by blowing off all other obligations to go skateboarding. See at Ace on Sunday, and the streets on Tuesday.



There may have been a funner party in the history of fashion week but we’ve never heard of it. Feast your eyes upon the revelers that filled the Ace Hotel New York lobby during Opening Ceremony’s French-inspired flea market for Fashion’s Night Out. Bullhorns and balloons were the least of it. We had a ton of fun with good friends, amazing fashion, and some our favorite style icons, including Chloë Sevigny, Solange Knowles, Lazaro Hernandez, Jack McCollough, Rinko Kikuchi, Spike Jonze, and Humberto and Carol of OC. Stay tuned this week for more pictures, recaps, and moments from OC at Ace, colette, and No. 8a.


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