Christian Ludwig Attersee Opens Career-Spanning Exhibition on NYC's Upper East Side
Located at Galerie Gmurzynska, the expansive showcase brings together the artist’s vivid works from the 1960s to the present. Austrian artist Christian Ludwig Attersee has opened his first large-scale exhibition in New York City, with a career-defining lineup of abstract, surrealist and pop artworks that span from the 1960s to the present. Nestled inside Isabelle Bscher’s Galerie Gmurzynska on the Upper East Side, the showcase, titled Attersee: Beautiful Like His Paintings, looks to pay tribute to the artist’s historical influence, specifically that over Post-War painting.
Fans Unsure Aaron Rodgers Returning This Season Is Good Idea
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers appears determined to return to the field despite getting surgery on his Achilles just two months ago. That may not be a good idea. On Wednesday, Jets head coach Robert Saleh announced that Rodgers' 21-day practice window will open today. He will be eligible ...
Hypeart Visits: Asif Hoque On Capturing Light in His Spiritual Oil Paintings
On two recent trips, I found myself inside the cozy Brooklyn studio of the rising contemporary artist, Asif Hoque. The small yet inviting space was a sanctuary of creativity, filled with studies, sketches and books that traced the life and career of the young artist. Asif, a multifaceted artist whose work transcends boundaries and infuses life into the canvas, welcomed me with enthusiasm as we journeyed through his illuminating world of art.
Biden admin opens discrimination probes into Harvard, NYC Department of Ed.
The Department of Education opened new investigations this week into Harvard University and the New York City Department of Education over alleged incidents of discrimination. Why it matters: The probes add to a growing list of universities and school districts across the U.S. where the federal agency is investigating allegations of antisemitism or Islamophobia.
Suspect in fatal stabbing of NJ high school football star outside NYC ax-throwing bar set to be freed on $1M bond
The Long Island man accused of fatally stabbing a New Jersey high schooler in the heart outside an ax-throwing bar in Lower Manhattan was set to be released from Rikers Island Wednesday. Gianluca Bordone, 19 — who was busted Thursday in the slaying of 17-year-old Rocco Rodden — posted a $1 million bond secured by bail bondsman to the stars Ira Judelson, sources said. Bordone faces manslaughter and assault charges over the deadly fight that took place around 1:50 a.m. on Thanksgiving in front of the Live Axe at 96 Lafayette Street in Chinatown. He allegedly stabbed Rodden — a high school junior...
Knicks Ready for In-Season Tournament Rematch vs. Bucks
The Milwaukee Bucks beat the New York Knicks in NBA In-Season Tournament group play but a rematch awaits in the knockout round.
Sotheby’s Relinquishes Half of Longtime Manhattan Headquarters to Medical School
Sotheby’s will cede around half of the space at their Manhattan headquarters to a new neighbor, Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM), Cornell University’s medical school and research body.With $1.8 Billion in Sales, Auctions Return to the Fair and Sober As first reported by Artnet News, WCM will begin moving in early next year with an anticipated opening date of late 2026. Sotheby’s has been the only entity in 1134 York Avenue since 2020, after billionaire Patrick Drahi bought the storied auction house in 2019 for $3.7 billion and took the company private. According to Artnet News, Sotheby’s has a lease on the 10-story building...
Charges filed against Hindu Extremist working with Indian Government in plot to kill U.S. citizen
Several Indian Government employees are accused of orchestrating murder-for-hire plot on well-known U.S. Sikh leader. In a shocking revelation today, the Southern District of New York unsealed a superseding indictment exposing a murder-for-hire conspiracy allegedly masterminded by an Indian government employee. The accused, 52-year-old Nikhil Gupta, a Hindu Extremist according to confidential sources, also known as Nick, was arrested by Czech authorities on June 30, 2023, in compliance with the extradition treaty between the United States and the Czech Republic.
Knicks center makes bombshell allegation about NBA hygiene
Mitchell Robinson has a theory about the color of NBA basketballs: Players don't wash their hands.The New York Knicks center's allegations stemmed from a question about whether the Knicks' orange-heavy tournament court would make it difficult to see the ball. Robinson rejected the premise of the inquiry, saying "I always thought the ball was brown."He and teammate Jalen Brunson agreed that while a basketball may begin its NBA life colored orange, a ball that's broken in becomes brown. Why brown? Robinson had a quick answer.“People here don’t wash their hands," Robinson said. "There’s a few people in this league that...
Vito Mielnicki Set For Quick Return, December 29 at Prudential Center
Rising junior middleweight Vito Mielnicki Jr. will make a quick turnaround on Friday, December 29th, as it was announced today that he has been added to the Brick City Friday Fight Nights at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. GH3 Promotions and Prudential Center have partnered to launch a multi event boxing series.
City Moved Asylum Seekers Into Upstate In May And The Long-Living Guests Are Still Peaceful There
On a Saturday in May, amid a dispute over New York City's new strategy for handling an intensifying problem, the first busses arrived and dropped off passengers at a hotel in the town of Newburgh.
What's Better Than Subway's $5 Footlongs? Free Footlong Cookies
On National Cookie Day on Monday, December 4, Subway customers in Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and New York City will have the chance to get a free footlong cookie.
Inaugural Lighting Control Trade Show Opens to Great Success in New York
NYControlled has just wrapped up its inaugural educational trade show for lighting control systems and products, and plenty within the lighting industry are calling the show a resounding success. The event brought in over 800+ attendees, 36 exhibitors, 3 event sponsors, and 4 accredited seminars, far exceeding the expectations of show organizers.
Salina De La Renta To Make MLW In-Ring Debut Against Ichiban At 12/7 MLW Fusion Taping
Salina de la Renta's MLW in-ring debut has been announced. Salina has made a name for herself as a manager, but she has previously competed in the ring. She made her in-ring debut in 2016, but she has not had a match since 2022. Despite Salina's prominent role in MLW, she has never had an official match with the company. However, that is about to change.
U.S. charges Indian national in alleged assassination plot of Sikh separatist in NYC
According to the indictment, an Indian government employee recruited the defendant in May to orchestrate the plot, offering to secure the dismissal of a criminal case against him in India in return.