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Artist creates Lego art for new In Pieces exhibit

Artist creates Lego art for new In Pieces exhibit

March 10, 2013


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Click for more photos from the In Pieces exhibit. For contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya, who graduated from the NYU School of Law in 1998, Lego bricks are much more than toys. In his latest exhibit In Pieces, a collaboration with Australian hyperrealist photographer Dean West, Sawaya works to ...

SoHo’s Drawing Center reopens with exhibit of artist’s daily life

SoHo’s Drawing Center reopens with exhibit of artist’s daily life

By Bryna Shuman, Staff Writer

November 19, 2012


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Diaries have always served as a record of daily life and as a place where people can keep their thoughts, secrets and hopes. However, they do not always take the form of journals, which is evident in the new exhibit “Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios” at The Drawing Center in SoHo. The center reopened...

New gallery highlights capitalist culture in Sims

New gallery highlights capitalist culture in Sims

November 15, 2012


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To anyone going to the Team Gallery building on Wooster Street in SoHo, the view from inside will reveal a front lawn, a bedroom, a bathroom and a living room all colored white, with the word “Nemesims” written on the mailbox. This unusual setup is the latest creation from Markus Muntean and Adi...

SoHo restaurant offers comforts of Italy

SoHo restaurant offers comforts of Italy

October 23, 2012


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Make your way into the heart of SoHo and you will come across Salumè, a traditional Milano salumeria serving the Italian panino with a modern twist. This past February, renowned restaurant owner Michael Spalding took over Salumè and combined the traditional salumeria of Milan with the desires of...

Ultimate irony: College students complain about SoHo noise

Ultimate irony: College students complain about SoHo noise

October 11, 2012


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It’s Thursday night, and time is ticking towards the early hours of morning. As you adjust the book light on your textbook, begging the chapter to end, your ears prick up, for the noise outside has been increasing as steadily as your focus has been dwindling. Approaching the window, a familiar scene...

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