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The time change comes at the beginning of every November and yet I still struggle with it every year. As soon as it gets dark at 5:00pm, I find it so hard to work and be productive since it feels like 8:00pm. I also have a trip to Paris coming up so there is the […]

Summer is not my season so I’m been working on a lot of projects (the reason for the radio silence) and biding my time until fall. I do have to say that the city is looking lush and beautiful though. I love all the green and white plantings I saw on Fifth Avenue Friday. There […]

I can’t believe we’re in June already. It’s amazing how time flies when you’re having fun again. There are so many things going on in New York right now and about to happen so I’ve rounded up the best for you. I haven’t been to the MoMA since I went to the preview of the […]

Happy Valentine’s Day and President’s Day weekend! I know a lot of people will be leaving the city this weekend but there are a lot of things happening for those who have decided to stay or those who will be visiting. I’m not really that into orchids but Jeff Leatham, famed artistic director of the […]

I was in Connecticut and didn’t get to post one of my semi-regular Bon Weekend posts on Friday. There are a few new shows coming up this week of which I wanted to make you aware so I decided a New & Notable post was in order. As you can see from my Instagram post […]

I was lucky enough to see Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs this summer at the Tate Modern in London and today I saw it in New York.  Even though the new exhibition that opens at the Museum of Modern Art on October 12th contains much of the same art, it still feels exciting and new.  One […]

Sometimes I wish we could discuss artists or anyone for that matter without having to mention their gender. In the case of photographer Cindy Sherman, being a woman is an integral part of her work and therefore, cannot be ignored. Just opened at The Museum of Modern Art is a new exhibit, Cindy Sherman, which […]

Tuesday, September 13th was my favorite day of Spring 2012 New York Fashion Week.  I started the morning at the first runway show ever for Tory Burch.  It was full of fun prints and pops of color.  Next up was J.Crew’s first presentation at the tents which was also full of great shades for spring.  […]

If you live in New York, I suggest you don’t look at the weather forecast for this week.  All the rain has me wishing that de Kooning: A Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art was open now.  It would be a perfect rainy day activity but unfortunately it doesn’t open until Saturday, September 18, […]

My love of abstract art is no secret.  I love the colors and movement of the paintings like the one in Kelly Wearstler’s home above.  I think a lot of people see abstract art as just paint slapped on a canvas but a lot of thought usually goes into the work.  Abstract Expressionist artist Joan […]

I had the pleasure of attending the preview for Matisse: Radical Invention, 1913-1917 exhibition yesterday at the Museum of Modern Art and was blown away. The exhibition is the same one that was on view at The Art Institute of Chicago this year and is the result of a five year collaboration between the two […]

Counter Space

06 . 29 . 10

I am excitedly marking my calendar for the opening of Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen which opens at The Museum of Modern Art on September 15, 2010. As you can see from the photo of a kitchen in Frankfurt circa 1926, kitchen design has come a long way. Kitchens used to be relegated […]

Since I’ve been posting about art, I figured this would be a good time to tell you about a very exciting exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art this fall. Abstract Expressionism New York will trace the development of the artist movement from it’s beginning in the 1940’s through to the 1960’s when it reached […]

I don’t normally like to visit museums on bright and sunny days but I may make an exception for the new Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition that opens today at the Museum of Modern Art. Over 300 hundred photographs that span his amazing career will be on view until June 28, 2010. My favorites are his old […]

Why Don’t You…

10 . 17 . 09

Why don’t you…look into attending some of these great upcoming events in and around New York! First up is the International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show that started yesterday at the Park Avenue Armory. I love attending this show since the art, antiques and jewelry on display are the best of the best. The […]