In many of her recent works, Julie Mehretu confronts extreme global events and their impact on our senses of time, space, and belonging. She based Hineni (2018)on images of the 2017 northern California wildfires, and the burning of Rohingya homes in Myanmar, as part of a campaign of ethnic cleansing. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Julie Mehretu, Hineni (E. 3:4)
Pink Thing of The Day: Mickey Mouse Gas Mask Sculpture
This photo was taken way back in September of 2019 at one of several visits I made to the overwhelmingly cool Beyond The Streets exhibit in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Somehow, it’s been hiding in my file of Pink Things for over three years and, while its fortunate to have found to, it’s also too bad I did not give some it coverage three years ago when the exhibit was still in progress, but I was able to find out the that artist is Bill Barminski!
6 Tips For Getting The Best Deal For Car Junk With Vehicle Wreckers
With the economy still in a slump, many people are turning to vehicle wreckers to get rid of their car junk. However, getting the best deal for your car junk can be tricky. Here are 6 tips to help you get the best deal for your car junk when visiting a vehicle wrecker. Continue reading 6 Tips For Getting The Best Deal For Car Junk With Vehicle Wreckers
Ten Flowers Photographed in the Rain
Not an Oil Painting: Flowering Tree in The Rain (All Photos By Gail)
We haven’t had much of a winter in NYC, but that doesn’t mean I’m not looking forward to spring! In fact, the siting of 14th street’s first flowering tree of the season made me think back to May of 2019, when my pal Jamie and I made plans to attend the annual Cherry Blossom Festival (Sakura Matsuri) at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The fact that it happened to be pouring down rain that day did not dampen our adventurous spirits!
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Enjoy an Evening of Desi Music and Indian Culture with Concert for Cause
Namaste Global is excited to present a Dhamaka event, Concert for Cause, to be held in Livingston, NJ on March 25th in support of various neighborhood charities. The evening’s featured musical entertainment is Palmer Drive Melodies, a powerful emerging Desi band. Under the direction of Srini Salandra, Palmer Drive Melodies will showcase an unforgettable evening of melodious desi music, accompanied by an engaging stage presentation for a fun and fully-immersive experience in India culture. Continue reading Enjoy an Evening of Desi Music and Indian Culture with Concert for Cause