Archive for the Art Category

New York Botanical Garden’s 2013 Orchid Show

Posted in Art, Events, Nature, New York City, Photography on April 22, 2013 by Jesse Zryb

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Recent Paintings

Posted in Art, New York City on January 6, 2013 by Jesse Zryb

Freedom Tower Sunset

Freedom Tower Sunset – 24″ x 144″ – December 2012

Bleecker St Moonlight

Bleecker Street Moonlight – 47″ x 68″ – September 2012

MoMA Armory Party 2012 w/ Neon Indian

Posted in Art, Concerts, Events, Music, New York City, Photography, Review on March 8, 2012 by Jesse Zryb

from OurVinyl.com . . .

On Wednesday, March 7th, New York’s Museum of Modern Art hosted its annual fundraiser concert coinciding with the opening of the Armory Show – one of the city’s biggest events for collectors and art aficionados alike, which has grown tremendously since it’s inception in 1999 and has expanded to venues all throughout New York and its boroughs. This opening celebration at MoMA has become a pivotal fundraiser for the museum and it’s related ventures and offers the attendees the chance to kick back to a night of music and art in one of the most famed gallery spaces in the world.

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Brooklyn Bridge & The Creators Project

Posted in Art, Concerts, Events, New York City, Panoramas, Photography on October 17, 2011 by Jesse Zryb

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

DUMBO Arts Festival 2011

Posted in Art, Events, New York City, Photography on September 26, 2011 by Jesse Zryb

DUMBO Arts Festival 2011


Jean Nouvel’s Building for Jane’s Carousel

Immersive Surfaces” Video-Mapped Projections on Manhattan Bridge

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Design Museum Holon

Posted in Architecture, Art, Design, Travel on July 25, 2011 by Jesse Zryb

In 2010, the Design Museum Holon officially opened to rave reviews and brought a lot of attention from the design world to this Israeli city located just outside of Tel Aviv. The first thing that captures your eye when you see this building are these brightly colored ribbons weaving around, and upon further investigation you find that they create a highly functional museum, tied together by these striking sculptural forms.

The museum, which was designed by Ron Arad Architects, is part of a 16-year regeneration plan instituted by the Mayor of Holon, Motti Sasson, to establish the town as a center for design, culture, and education. It joins the already built Mediatheque Theater, Mediatheque Public Library, Holon Cinematheque, and the Israeli Cartoon Museum as part of the Holon Mediatheque campus.

The Design Museum Holon showcases site-specific exhibitions focusing on design concepts, objects and architecture. The museum also houses an extensive material librarywhere designers from all different fields can find an extensive collection along with other valuable information for their taking. Currently on display at the museum is an exhibit called New Olds, which examines new ways of looking at common materials and how to assemble (or re-assemble) them.  If you find yourself in Israel, the Mediatheque campus makes for a great visit and this iconic new museum helps establish the city of Holon as a cultural and design hub within the Middle East.

Israeli Street Art

Posted in Art, Design, Photography, Travel on July 18, 2011 by Jesse Zryb

 

 

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