Faux Critic

Sounds of April 2014: Good Vibrations

If the dogwoods blossoming out of the concrete jungle weren’t a sign enough, my friends – spring is here. And as life meanders on it’s on own paths bringing us closer to our own destinies, man, I just want to feel hella good these days. This month’s Soundcloud playlist is full of house beats, the Read More…

Puerto Rico Street Art

I spent this past weekend in Puerto Rico. It was a super quick trip but a much needed one. Anything to get away from the biting New York cold. I’ve been spending time in Puerto Rico for as long as I can remember – it’s the closest thing to a second home that I know. Read More…

Sounds of February 2014

As much as I can hardly believe it, we’re nearly through February and what a damn month it’s been. In New York, we’ve beared unending snowfall and ungodly low temps. And if it were up to me the spring would have been here yesterday. My month’s been full of ups, downs, heartbreak, new beginnings, transition Read More…

Bjorg Spring 2014 Lookbook

I love nothing more than a slick fashion image, well maybe my family and boyfriend. But there’s a certain strength to a polished photograph. When you really rationalize the fantasy of fashion photographs – there is so much goes into it: a photographer collaborating with a wardrobe stylist, make up artist, sometimes prop stylist, creative Read More…

Fall Art Exhibits in New York

Fall is one of the most magical times to be in New York. The leaves are the perfect colors that autumn could only dream of. We get to dress extraordinarily with luscious layers and light jackets. And if we decide to brunch on Sundays, they too feel more cozy, more intimate. What better time to Read More…

Inside Carole Feuerman’s Studio at Mana Contemporary

The first time I saw Carole Feuerman’s work was the first time I was ever introduced to the art world during Art Basel Miami Beach in 2010. It was at Scope Art Show and her piece ‘Survival of Serena’ was a show highlight. I wondered how could something wo(man)-made, be constructed to be so life-like and Read More…

Visit Mana Contemporary

I’ve really grown to love exploring new, untapped places to see and things to do. It’s apart of my quest to see the world with my finger on the pulse and with ample space for my imagination to wander. So when I had received a sponsored email from Art Fag City announcing the unveiling of Read More…

Aldo Tambellini: We Are the Primitives of a New Era

I always get excited when I think about seeing art that seems a bit foreign or unfamiliar to me. It forces me to think and experience what the artist wanted express. Not coming from any art background, it’s often  just a space of curiosity and mind play for me – which is something I can Read More…