Update: Offical Opening Of Other Criteria May 6, 2014

I wrote about Damien Hirst to open “Other Criteria” in Soho May 2014.  After reaching out to Other Criteria, the media contact provided a press release with more details for the official store opening on May 6, 2014. Other Criteria, the arts-based publishing company founded by Damien Hirst, announces the opening of its first retail location […]

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Damien Hirst to open “Other Criteria” in Soho May 2014

Damien Hirst to open “Other Criteria” in Soho May 2014 Soho is still an artist and art gallery hotspot, most recently observed by the upcoming opening of Other Criteria, Damien Hirst’s publishing and design company.  The store will open at 458 Broome Street between Greene and Mercer Streets and is 3,000 square feet. Other Criteria […]

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Free Artist Visits At The Judd Museum

Are you an artist living and working in NYC?  The Judd Museum is offering Free Artist Visits.  While blogging is a hobby of mine, I don’t necessarily consider it an “art”, so I am not qualified BUT…. I received an email from the Judd Museum at 101 Spring Street (I wrote about the Judd Museum a […]

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Armory Arts Week – Soho Day March 6, 2014

Armory Arts Week – Soho Day March 6, 2014 The Armory is a building dating back to the 1880’s that was built for the 7th New York Militia during the civil war.  The building is currently being used by the Park Avenue Armory a not-for-profit arts organization whose mission is to revitalize the space into an alternative arts […]

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Off-Off Broadway Show “Branched” Premiere’s 2/13/2014 In Soho

Off-Off Broadway Show “Branched” Premiere’s 2/13/2014 In Soho I recently found that HERE (no pun intended) in my own backyard of Soho is an Off-Off Broadway Theater, “Here” at 145 Avenue of the America’s, (6th Avenue at Dominick Street).  I love going to Broadway shows, but I find I went to more when I visited NYC as a […]

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Spring Studio’s Anniversary Party February 9, 2014

Celebrating its 22nd year, Spring Studio is a professional art studio, at 64 Spring Street (near Lafayette).  I received an invite to their 22nd Anniversary Exhibit and Party February 9, 2014 from 6-9pm.  Spring Studio will feature drawings from more than 100 artists and have live entertainment (music at 6:30pm, dancing at 7:15pm and open mic […]

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Haute Air On Gilt City

I saw an offer for Haute Air on Gilt City on 1/30/2014 and reminisced back to when I was first started bloging on SOHOstrut.  I wrote about Haute Air back in July 2013, one of my first posts.  The owner, Gigi, was really helpful and an inspirational entrepreneur.  One of her former employees is now operating the salon.  The baton […]

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Happy Holidays From The Judd Museum – A Year In Review

I wrote about my first visit to the Judd Museum at 101 Spring Street in Soho on September 26, 2013 here.  Donald Judd lived from 1928-1994 and was an American artist associated with minimalism.  During his career, Donald Judd moved from figurative to increasingly abstract imagery.  This evolved to large-scaled constructions which he called, “permanent […]

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OK Harris Opening Exhibition Saturday December 14th, 2013

OK Harris is an art gallery at 383 West Broadway showcasing contemporary art and photography. {I previously wrote about their cigar shop attached to the gallery, OK Cigars, here and their November 2013 Exhibition here}.  During the year, OK Harris exhibits six, one-person shows seven times per year. The gallery’s main concern is to show the […]

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JFK’s 50th Anniversary, “My Kennedy Years” At Westwood Gallery

In conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination, Westwood Gallery in Soho is exhibiting a series of photographs taken by Jacques Lowe, showcasing intimate settings of JFK and Jacqueline Kennedy.  The exhibition runs through January 31, 2014.  JFK’s 50th Anniversary, “My Kennedy Years” At Westwood Gallery. I toured the exhibit the day before the initial launch […]

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“Five Days Worth” At Third Streaming November 18th-22nd

Clifford Owens, a photographer and performance artist spanning two decades has been an advocate for black performance art visibility.  “Five Days Worth” is a five-day performance art exhibit that will be hosted at Third Streaming and curated by Adrienne Edwards.  “Five Days Worth” At Third Streaming November 18th-22nd. Clifford Owens work is influenced by the body-centered practices of performance artists in […]

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SOHOstrut Articles Of The Week 11/1/2013 to 11/8/2013

November 2, 2013 Houston is one of 13 Words You Must Learn Before Visiting New York…at #7 “Houston” is a street, not a city in Texas. – Huffington Post November 3, 2013 Harry’s, which is being promoted as the “Warby Parker” of men’s grooming opened at 64 Macdougal (the site of Clean Art / Reverse […]

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Read the Streetscape Of Soho Cast-Iron Architecture

We all know why the Soho Cast Iron District exists.  However, many were left wondering HOW these buildings were built, what materials were used, and what technologies were around to do so in the 19th Century?  On Saturday, November 16, from 2-4PM at the Center For Architecture (536 LaGuardia Place), Catherine Teegarden, Director of Education will teach you to read the streetscape of […]

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Fashion Photographer Patrick Demarchelier At Staley Wise Through November 30, 2013

Staley Wise Gallery is located at 560 Broadway and is known for its photographic exhibits, ranging from culture to fashion.  Currently on exhibition, fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier is at Staley Wise through November 30, 2013.  Patrick had his work on exhibition at Staley Wise in 2008, so this is considered “Part II”. French photographer Patrick Demarchelier was born in […]

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OK Harris Opening Exhibition – November 2, 2013

OK Harris is an art gallery at 383 West Broadway showcasing contemporary art and photography.  {I previously wrote about their cigar shop attached to the gallery, OK Cigars, here}  During the year, OK Harris exhibits six, one-person shows seven times per year.  The gallery’s main concern is to show the most significant artwork of our time.  Check out […]

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