Multidisciplinary artist Adrien Brody tackles a new medium.
Search Results for: "photography"
As temperatures drop in the San Francisco Bay Area, our search for sun intensifies, leading us to varying locales across the globe. Hawaii, the Bahamas, the Caribbean – these spots are all lovely and amazing, but a bit too far away to justify a quick weekend jaunt. If you’ve only a night or two to spare, make the Montage Laguna Beach your destination.
From the New York City ballet, to smaller venues in the boroughs the memorable score by the Russian composer, Tchaikovsky, will reverberate until after ringing in the new year. Here is a listing of Nutcracker performances that are bound to get you on your toes.
Palm Beach Show Group welcomed more than 2,500 art enthusiasts to The New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Private Opening.
Joyce Varvatos details the art of advising.
Nervo glams up and takes us behind the scenes of EDM’s highest paid female act.
Swizz Beatz and Jeffrey Deitch will challenge the status quo of the art world by reimagining what we see, how we see it and how we consume art.
This fall, gifted soprano Nadine Sierra has dazzled on the San Francisco Opera stage as Pamina in Magic Flute, whose run ends tonight, Nov. 20. If you missed her, don’t fret. Chances are this talented American beauty, hailed as one of the most promising emerging talents in the opera world today, will soon return to San Francisco, a city she knows intimately
Gordon and Ann Getty recently hosted the annual Napa Valley Festival del Sole Fall Appreciation Dinner at their Pacific Heights home to recognize the major donors and sponsors who made the 10th season of the annual arts and culture celebration its most successful yet.
Once again, our San Francisco Bay Area is showing how it has some of the most innovative people on the planet. Cobalt, the premier manufacturer of design-centric private aircrafts, celebrated the launch of its Co50 Valkyrie single engine piston private aircraft at Dogpatch Studios in San Francisco. Cobalt Founder and CEO David Loury welcomed guests, who enjoyed hor d’oeuvres, sipped champagne and toasted to the future of private air travel.