Ever since the illustrious U.S. art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney launched the Whitney Biennial in New York in 1932, this venerable survey of contemporary art in America has become the Holy Grail for up-and-coming artists looking to snag a spot in this coveted exhibition lineup and take their shot at fame and fortune.
Surely, you’d like to remember what you ate.
Cozy up with a hot cup of cocoa as you stroll through the bustling alleys of these international Christmas markets. From Germany to New York and Shanghai to Toronto, these holiday fairs welcome starry-eyed shoppers and rosy-cheeked spectators to explore a winter wonderland.
The sixteenth in Nick Jones’s fast-expanding empire of Soho House private clubs, Ludlow House opened earlier this year in New York’s Lower East Side, known for tenement buildings, storeys stacked on storeys.
With a new lease on life, the Beekman is now a 287-room, 45-suite, two-duplex property in Lower Manhattan—and one of the most anticipated New York hotel openings in years.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Rachel Feinstein is known for conjuring fairy-tale worlds in her dynamic paintings, sculptures, and mise en scènes.
Having opened in October, 2015, the PHD Terrace Midtown enlivens a neighbourhood more commonly associated with work days than nights out.
Released annually since 1845, the Blue Book is the apogee of the house’s creative achievement, where the most beautiful geological specimens unearthed throughout the year go to shine.
With the private salon’s bird’s-eye view of the Manhattan skyline, natural light, high ceilings, and minimalist design, the luxurious space provides the ideal setting to get lost within the gallery’s art.