A friendly assortment of pictures from Alex’s show.
The annual Jazz Fest celebration in New Orleans spans two weekends and brings more than 300,000 music fans down to the Big Easy. Openhouse’s Greg Spielberg headed down to NOLA for the weekend and went backstage with food vendors serving up everything from crawfish mac-n-cheese to seafood enchiladas. Hear the stories of vendors who come from all around the state … Read More
Patrick Proctor is a London School of Economics and Oberlin College grad so you know his art’s gonna be cerebral. “When you have a piece of music, who’s in charge of it,” Proctor asks. In this case, it’ll be the guests of GridMusic, tonight’s show at Openhouse Gallery from 7-10 pm. Proctor’s installation records the sound in the room and … Read More
Perry, second from left, says he’ll be a fixture in Petrosino Square until the New Yorker owns up to its mistakes. Hunger in Soho? Impossible, except in Kenmare Square where artist and former substitute teacher John Perry is on Day 3 of his hunger strike. Perry is protesting Tad Friend’s New Yorker article from last summer, a piece Perry says … Read More
Hot dog vendors are the original New York pop up shops. From the steps of the Museum of Natural History to the corner of Times Square, they’re a beacon for hungry New Yorkers on the move. Ketchup, mustard, relish, sauerkraut, a double serving of napkins and we’re gone down the street scarfing and wolfing that dog down. Word has it … Read More