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PS1 MoMA has several great summer exhibits Okay, so the winner of PS1's Young Architect's Contest this year–the annual competition in which up-and-coming architecture firms vie to design the structure that will dominate MoMA's huge courtyard all summer long decided to go with hair huts. Maybe MOS, who created this "urban shelter", named Afterparty, is… Continue Reading PS1 MoMA for Summer Fun
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You don’t really need a special excuse the head on over to DUMBO for the afternoon. The neighborhood dubbed Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass is always worth a trip with its: quiet cobblestone streets; its designy furniture shops and boutiques; its unconventional art galleries (The Museum of Modern Arthur–created and curated by musician /… Continue Reading The Brooklyn Flea in DUMBO
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New York City Chocolate that's Second to None at Bespoke Chocolate Bespoke Chocolate in New York City is a hidden gem. At first it seems an unlikely place to find the best chocolate in New York City– halfway down a dead-end alley, only just recently even paved, in the East Village–but there it is, all… Continue Reading Bespoke Chocolate in New York City
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I In some ways this is a risky exhibition for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, especially as its big summer show, a slot usually reserved for obvious crowd-pleasers, usually involving Impressionism. Because although Artist Francis Bacon is certainly one of the 20th-century's most important artists–not to mention the fact that his work commands extraordinary prices… Continue Reading Francis Bacon Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Centenary Retrospective
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