Archive for the ‘photography’ Category

RECAP: WEEKEND PARTIES

One guarantee for a long weekend in NYC is that there will be plenty of parties going on, and this Thanksgiving was no exception to the rule. We stopped by 11:11, Xanadude and after hours […]

RECAP: FIXED AT GLASSLANDS

Saturday night we hit up Glasslands in Brooklyn for a night of music, drinks, and dancing at FIXED with our friends JDH & Dave P. It was great to see everyone brave the cold to […]

RECAP: OAK DOES LA

This past week Team OAK took to LA to wrap up our Pre Fall ’14 collection, research, explore, and have some fun in the City of Angels. If you follow our Instagram @oaknyc you’ve been […]

RECAP: KNAPSACK AT MUSIC HALL OF WILLIAMSBURG

By Christina Barco The last time Knapsack played a NYC show was way back in 1996 with tour mates At The Drive-In, and last night, The Music Hall of Williamsburg brought in a packed house […]

OAK RECOMMENDS: SLDT

Photo Credit: Erwin Caluya This weekend we’ll be heading to one of two performances from the Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theater or SLDT, for which OAK’s own Cameron Cooper (along with Abraham Lopez) designed costumes for […]

STUDIO SESSION: ANN-SOFIE BACK

Located in the “art director swamp” district of Stockholm, the Ann-Sofie Back studios were once a private garage, and later a storefront for the Danish brand Soulland before ASB took over. The space itself is […]

OFF THE WALL: YAYOI KUSAMA “I WHO HAVE ARRIVED IN HEAVEN”

Yayoi Kusama’s latest exhibit I Who Have Arrived in Heaven (her first at David Zwirner’s galleries on 19th street in Chelsea), felt like a celebration of life and showed no indications that the Japanese artist was […]

STUDIO SESSION: SIR NEW YORK

Last week, we dropped by the new studios of SIR New York just outside of Brooklyn in Ridgewood, Queens. The massive loft-space, also home to Knickerbocker Manufacturing Company welcomes visitors with an indoor half-pipe, while […]

PERFORMA 13: RAINER GANAHL “COMME des MARXISTS”

Citing Karl Marx and the symbol of the hammer and sickle as a contemporary analysis of how capitalism works, New York based artist Rainer Ganahl presented Comme des Marxists last night at White Columns in the […]

OFF THE WALL: JEAN PAUL GAULTIER AT BROOKLYN MUSEUM

With Halloween less than a week away, it seems appropriate that Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk opened today at Brooklyn Museum. After all, JPG has outfitted tours, music videos and performances […]

EDITORIAL: THE WARM UP

The temperature is dropping and so is our latest editorial, The Warm Up. Inspired by the bold street style of NYC, and the way our outer layers become personal signatures for the season, we’re taking […]

INTERVIEW: HUGO MANUEL OF CHAD VALLEY

Over the summer we recapped Chad Valley’s (real name Hugo Manuel) set as part of our Northside Festival coverage. Last night Hugo was back in New York to support Chad Valley’s new mix-tape Peace and […]