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Museyon’s Guide To…ATP NY

  Imagine Dirty Dancing except with Iggy Pop as Johnny and the Vivian Girls (collectively) as Baby and that’s maybe close to what you’ll get on a trip to All Tomorrow’s Parties, New York. The American branch of this UK festival takes place at Kutsher’s Country Club in Monticello, NY. Kutsher’s is one of the last of a dying breed ... Read More »

News: Caravaggio Returns to Ukraine

  A Caravaggio painting stolen two years ago from the Odessa Museum of Western and Eastern Art was recovered in Berlin by German and Ukrainian police this past July. The painting, called “The taking of Christ” or “The kiss of Judas” by scholars, is considered the most valuable painting in the Ukraine. Originally belonging to a Russian Ambassador to France, ... Read More »

Chronicles: Top of the Chrysler Building

At the corner of 42nd St. and Lexington Avenue sits one of the most iconic buildings in New York City, the Art Deco skyscraper The Chrysler Building. For eleven months after The Chrysler Building was completed in 1930, it was the tallest building in the world- until The Empire State Building succeeded it.   At the time ground was broken ... Read More »

News: Van Gogh Stolen in Egypt

Last week, Egypt and the art world were stunned when Vincent Van Gogh’s Poppy Flowers valued at $50 million was stolen from Cairo’s Mahmoud Khalil Museum. This theft is actually the second time the painting has been stolen from the museum, the first being in 1978- it was recovered two years later in Kuwait.   The theft occurred during daytime ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

  Celebrate: If in New York City this weekend, celebrate what very well may be the end an era with the final Pool Party taking place on the Williamsburg Waterfront after five years running. As always, the show is free and starts at 2pm but fans of the promoters JellyNYC can start lining up an hour ahead of time. This ... Read More »

News: Fashion’s NYC Night Out

Do you obsess over Project Runway and model your wardrobe over Rachel Zoe? Then get ready for Fashion’s Night Out on September 10th. Happening in cities across the world, the epicenter of celebration will of course be New York City where there will be block parties like the Teen Vogue Block Party sponsored by ASOS and will include a full ... Read More »

Chronicles: Merchant’s House

  The Merchant’s House Museum has been called by the New York Times, “Manhattan’s most haunted house.” Whether that is true or not remains to be seen, but needless to say, the Merchant House exudes an other worldly air, a transportation into the past, that should be experienced.   Built steps away from Union Square, the red-brick, Federal-style Merchant House ... Read More »

News: André Leon Talley and LaQuan Smith

The Studio Museum Harlem has announced their latest in the series ‘Intersections: Conversations on Art & Culture.’ Next month’s installment will feature a conversation between writer, contributing editor to Vogue and “America’s Next Top Model” judge André Leon Talley and up and coming fashion designer LaQuan Smith. Smith’s custom designs have been seen on Lady Gaga and Rihanna to name ... Read More »

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