We’ve joined forces with our new neighbor Herald St Gallery, just down the road a piece from Ace Hotel London, to celebrate Frieze Art Fair with a month-long satellite exhibit. On display through November 17, Herald St is gracing our gallery walls with two works from Britain’s own Scott King, veteran of two of our cultural go-to’s, i-D Magazine and Sleazenation. 

We’ve joined forces with our new neighbor Herald St Gallery, just down the road a piece from Ace Hotel London, to celebrate Frieze Art Fair with a month-long satellite exhibit. On display through November 17, Herald St is gracing our gallery walls with two works from Britain’s own Scott King, veteran of two of our cultural go-to’s, i-D Magazine and Sleazenation


Collage sorceress Wangechi Mutu presents her latest exhibition now through early March at the Brooklyn Museum.


Shots from this weekend’s Crafting Community with Kimmel Kids and Splendid at Ace Hotel & Swim Club — a two-day kids and family art retreat with workshops from Confetti System Tanya, Converse and a sweet roster of other makers.

Shots from this weekend’s Crafting Community with Kimmel Kids and Splendid at Ace Hotel & Swim Club — a two-day kids and family art retreat with workshops from Confetti System Tanya, Converse and a sweet roster of other makers.


Crafting Community with Kimmel Kids and Splendid at Ace Hotel & Swim Club. #thiswholeweekend #ibelievethechildrenareourfuture

Crafting Community with Kimmel Kids and Splendid at Ace Hotel & Swim Club. #thiswholeweekend #ibelievethechildrenareourfuture


Dumbo’s LAND Gallery opens a special exhibition at Ace Hotel New York October 3-28, celebrating art by adults with developmental disabilities. Here, a vertical triptych by Michael Pellew Jr.

Dumbo’s LAND Gallery opens a special exhibition at Ace Hotel New York October 3-28, celebrating art by adults with developmental disabilities. Here, a vertical triptych by Michael Pellew Jr.


We’ll be at Disjecta in Portland tomorrow for the opening reception of subject, answer, countersubject, Curator-in-Residence Summer Guthery’s inquiry into the word ‘fugue.’ Guthery engages a handful of good brains and hands to sculpt their responses, including Portland’s Blair Saxon-Hill, artist and co-owner of Monograph Bookwerks. The exhibition, sponsored by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, utilizes music, metaphor, counter-intuition, materiality and obfuscation to meditate on Guthery’s provocation. Up through early November.

We’ll be at Disjecta in Portland tomorrow for the opening reception of subject, answer, countersubjectCurator-in-Residence Summer Guthery’s inquiry into the word ‘fugue.’ Guthery engages a handful of good brains and hands to sculpt their responses, including Portland’s Blair Saxon-Hill, artist and co-owner of Monograph Bookwerks. The exhibition, sponsored by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, utilizes music, metaphor, counter-intuition, materiality and obfuscation to meditate on Guthery’s provocation. Up through early November.


A new obsession with Stockholm-based studio Humans since 1982 and their kinetic work “A million times,” nicely paired with our other new obsessions with Anna von Hausswolff.


On the streets of London.

On the streets of London.


Giuseppe Penone began his creative process in 1968 in the Garessio forest of Italy, near where he was born. He is the younger member of the Italian movement “Arte Povera.” With work that seeks to establish contact between humans and nature, his new sculptures in Madison Square Park, “Ideas of Stone (Idee di Pietra)” are balm for the surreality of living and working in one of the globes most magical but challenging cities. Penone speaks this afternoon at Ace Hotel New York — if you can’t catch it, you can see the installation through February, 2014. Learn more about him at Madison Square Art Conservancy.

Giuseppe Penone began his creative process in 1968 in the Garessio forest of Italy, near where he was born. He is the younger member of the Italian movement “Arte Povera.” With work that seeks to establish contact between humans and nature, his new sculptures in Madison Square Park, “Ideas of Stone (Idee di Pietra)” are balm for the surreality of living and working in one of the globes most magical but challenging cities. Penone speaks this afternoon at Ace Hotel New York — if you can’t catch it, you can see the installation through February, 2014. Learn more about him at Madison Square Art Conservancy.


One of Giuseppe Penone's sculptures rolling in to Madison Square Park this morning in advance of his installation through early 2014. Watch here for more from Mr. Penone and the Mad. Sq. Pk. Conservancy.

One of Giuseppe Penone's sculptures rolling in to Madison Square Park this morning in advance of his installation through early 2014. Watch here for more from Mr. Penone and the Mad. Sq. Pk. Conservancy.


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