Weekends in New York can often be more hectic than the weekdays. How does one find time for those out-of-the-way, been-meaning-to-check-out “things?” Luckily, freelance reporter, Susan Kirschbaum, has done the legwork for us, reporting back with “naked” – unedited that is, everyone remains fully clothed – videos from the cultural frontier.
Stephen Posen, the modernist who literally and figuratively made a splash on the New York scene in the 70s, shows his latest work: combinations of painting and photographs that play with boundaries and perception. Stephen’s talented genes have been passed on in the family. His son Zac creates fantastic frocks for beauties all over the globe and daughter Alexandra Posen Anderson is a fine artist. (Stephen Posen, presented by Churner and Churner, 50 Gramercy Park North, April 18th until May 31st.)