The 46th installation of Artexpo New York returns to Manhattan this spring. March 30–April 2, Pier 36 at 299 South St. showcases more than 200 global galleries, art dealers, art publishers and 1,000-plus artists whose works range from painting, prints and drawing, to sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, glass, lithographs and more. An opening night VIP preview will be held 5–8 p.m., March 30.
“We’re delighted to announce our dates and returning showcase to Pier 36 for this year’s annual Artexpo New York,” said Eric Smith, president and CEO, Redwood Media Group. “Our new venue proved a tremendous success last year, as attendees enjoyed the visionary talents of international artists from across the globe. We look forward to welcoming the world’s contemporary and fine art industry, as we continue to push the boundaries of creativity and artistic innovation with our exciting schedule of programming.”
This year’s event includes Art Labs, an exhibition of curated, site-specific endeavors produced by galleries and collectives in attendance at the show. Other special initiatives include the Spotlight Program and Discoveries Collection.
Among the returning exhibitors will be K- Art Projects USA from Miami, Florida; Sammoun Fine Art Gallery from Quebec, Canada; Renssen Art from Amsterdam, Netherlands; Art Love Gallery from New York, New York; ArtPetrovonik from Toronto, Canada; David Ivanishvili of Sagarejo Georgia; Gallery Steiner from Vienna, Austria; Perseus Gallery of New York City, New York; and Mary Johnston Studio from Carmel, Indiana.
Corsica with steep, gray cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean and sandy beaches attracting summer visitors, is a French-governed island sometimes confused with Sardinia and Sicily, Italian islands to the south. Fortunately, all three islands share the same love for good wine, food and sun-splashed beaches.
Embracing a life well lived often means embracing a life well-traveled. Every journey becomes a canvas for experiences that shape our lives and at the heart of every adventure lies the indispensable companion: quality luggage.
As a peripatetic traveler, I am always trying to balance the pleasures of dining well with a life-long challenge to control my weight. It’s not always easy, because I consider tasting typical, authentic regional dishes among the highlights of most journeys, and those foods are rarely known for “healthful” rankings! So, I started staying at spas way back in the 1980s — before they were ubiquitous — because meals were assured to be pure, clean and wholesome.
Flying to the paradise of Turks & Caicos has never been easier thanks to many new, non-stop flights across three airlines to the destination. Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways all announced new flights, allowing travelers to visit this dreamy destination.
Nashville’s once-modest skyline continues to evolve as its luxury market grows. Lavish hotel properties are added to the landscape while acclaimed chefs stake claim in the robust culinary scene and premier cultural offerings round out the city’s repertoire.
The Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes recently opened in Bordeaux’s elegant Chartrons district, bringing 97 upscale rooms to France’s southwestern city. Occupying a 19th-century house that once held the wine cellars of Maison Calvet, the hotel marks Mondrian’s first European property for celebrated Japanese chef Masaharu Morimoto, who helms the menu and concept for the hotel’s restaurant, Morimoto Bordeaux.
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Unbridled Hedonism: Brush Creek Ranch’s Wine and Spirits Program Appeals to Adventure-Seeking Guests
On a late-summer afternoon warmed by the high-altitude sun, the clean scent of scraggly sagebrush wafting through the air, I followed a trail with other riders, tugging at the rein as my horse munched on high grass. The friendly wranglers discouraged us from allowing this “eating on the job,” but I couldn’t blame my horse, as we all anticipated liquid treats at the end of our dusty ride.