Yearly Archives: 2010

La Bohème at the Metropolitan Opera

Introducing Vittorio Grigolo, Video by New York Times Vittorio Grigolo, une étoile montante dans le monde de l’opéra a fait ses débuts au Met comme Rodolfo dans la production populaire de Franco Zeffirelli de La Bohème.  Considéré comme beau, énergetique, … Continue reading

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Making the Leap: Crossing Borders

I am organizing a group show at A.I.R. Gallery in December. The show is curated by Renee Riccardo, and features 14 fabulous and diverse Asian-American artists. Here is the press release for the show. — For Immediate Release Making the … Continue reading

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Cupcakes and Chicken Curry

So M. and J. got married yesterday in the City Hall. It was a beautiful fall New York day, and the ceremony was filled with laughter and friends. I threw a small wedding reception at my apartment and here is … Continue reading

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Provisions–an exhibition exploring the social implications of food.

I am participating in a big group show at the Nathan Cummings Foundation produced by Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and curated by Meredith McNeal.  Please come and join me at the opening on Nov. 4, 6-8. PROVISIONS OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, … Continue reading

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Making the Leap: Crossing Broders

I am organizing/curating a juried exhibition at A.I.R Gallery and the open call for entry is posted on the gallery web page.  Please feel free to tell anybody who might be interested. We invite you to apply to Making the … Continue reading

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Eating in San Francisco

Ben and I went to San Francisco and Los Angeles to visit family and friends, and of course to sample some delicious foods in California. Overall, we ate very very well both in restaurants and at homes. I was particularly … Continue reading

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” et “Hair”: deux comédies musicales politique et la poursouite de l’utopie

Il est rare que j’aille au spectacle d’une comèdie musicale, mais je me suis trouvée ce mois-ci à deux comèdies musicales politique qui viennet tous les deux de Public Theater.  «Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Sanglant Sanglant Andrew Jackson)» est un … Continue reading

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Gallery Crawl: Chelsea, 24th & 25th Street

The galleries in Chelsea seem to have better than usual crop of exhibitions this month. Here are some of the works that are on display. My first stop today was actually Greene Naftali on 26th Street: Bjarne Melgaard‘s messy and … Continue reading

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Ratatouille with Grilled Portobello Mushroom and Couscous

D. and L. came over for dinner last night, and I made a vegan meal with ratatouille, grilled portobello mushroom and couscous. Ratatouille is a provençal vegetable stew made famous by the Disney animation movie, and generally consists of eggplants, … Continue reading

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Dinner at Vinegar Hill House

We had dinner at Vinegar Hill House in Dumbo after the deinstallation of my exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery.  I was thrilled to find this restaurant last year short after it opened when we were tooling around on our bicycles in … Continue reading

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