Dreams erase fear is the underlying theme for Constance Tanner’s Illusions & Delusions, opening next week at Gallery RIVAA. But some contrast makes it more powerful.
My new Ioan Popoiu masterpiece, a painting alive with brushstrokes emphasizing color over all else rests on the floor. Powerful paintings are a challenge. Where to hang them that won’t wash out everything else? Let’s update.
Art about the artist is a photo I took while visiting an artist friend in his studio.
In May, FDR Four Freedoms Park officials announced #Ascent With Pride, a June 15th celebration during Gay Pride Month in New York City. June 14th, the largest Gay Pride Flag in city history was in place, ready to welcome visitors. People traveled to the Park from all corners […]
About Inside XY Chelsea Manning, a conversation with YRB’s senior editor Jonn Nubian at the Tribeca Film Festival
By David Stone Gucci went ugly, an in your face blast, two crazy looking women painted on a walls in Soho. A mural decorated an otherwise undistinguished wall over a car lot. An ugly esthetic crept south of Houston, filling up a wall on Lafayette Street, just below […]
A story worth telling: Roy Eaton the Jackie Robinson of Advertising… “If you were white, I’d hire you immediately,” Roy Eaton was told during his first interview for an advertising job with Young & Rubicam. Years later, the Advertising Hall of Fame welcomed him as a member.
Waiting for the Light is street photograph. It captures the gritty realism of urban alienation on a hot summer afternoon.
My invitation for the annual Sunset Gala Party in Four Freedoms Park, this year recognizing the 75th Anniversary of D Day, hit my inbox in May. It’s one of those events so special I dig deep in my closet to search for a pinstripe suit and a tie.
“I just turned 89,” Jackie Robinson of Advertising, Roy Eaton told me. I ran into him this morning on Roosevelt Island in New York City, the community we both call home. Then, he told me about his upcoming gigs at the piano.