Spotted in the display window of a London clothing boutique, this Barbie Doll wearing a bespoke Pink outfit and seeking shelter under a Pink Japanese Umbrella, looks to me like she was rode hard and put away wet, as the saying goes. You can see she’s got her hairbrush in hand, so obviously she’s trying to do some damage control, but wtf is up with those smudges of dirt / bruises (!) on her face? What is the message being sent here? Is no one advocating for our favorite girl? So. Many. Questions. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Boutique Window Display With Pink Barbie
On my way to a Press Preview at the Whitney Museum last week, I decided to take the scenic route; walking along the High Line from 14th Street to Gansevoort Street. Because why not. As I hit the top of the stairs, I was met with this somewhat disquieting vision.
A group of nine naked male mannequins has appeared in an empty Gramercy Park storefront. I noticed them for the first time a couple of weeks ago, when I was on my way to a dentist appointment in the area and happened to exit the 6 Train on East 22nd Street — directly adjacent to the storefront. Continue reading Anatomically Correct Male Mannequins in Park Ave South Store Front
In addition to new works by Carol A. Feuerman, Jim Kempner Fine Art also has a small group show on its lower level featuring works by four contemporary artists: GILF, Bob Seng, Adam Taye and Robert Attanasio (who curated the show). Continue reading Critical Condition Group Show at Jim Kempner Fine Art