31.10.10

Trick or treat!

Wow!!! I had never been in New York during Halloween so there was a lot of eye candy for me here the last couple of days. I have seen so many great costumes that I didn't get a chance to photograph but I did capture a few in Williamsburg. Enjoy the pics!

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26.10.10

Wining, dining and shuffling in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

There are many ways to enjoy your time in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I mean, after all it is with no doubt, one of New York's creative high points of creativity so you will never be bored strolling on Bedford Avenue. But today I hadn't come here for vintage or window shopping. Today, I was here to meet someone I had never met before. He was a friend of friends from Berlin who was a passionate filmmaker and someone who, without no intention at all, became the founder of one of Berlin's most popular Bars (Luzia).

So what do you do with a temporary Williamsburg resident and filmmaker from Berlin that you never met before? Exactly. You get drunk! Of course, at least I chose the classy way which involved a bottle of Cote du Rhone at a really charming restaurant called the Rabbithole. After hours of giggling and talking about Berlin, New York, Istanbul, films, friends and foes, we decided to get more physical so my new friend suggested to take the party across the street in order to drink and shuffle at this bar called the Luckydog. I said shuffle because this place which welcomed people as much as they did dogs, had a fantastic and fun game called the shuffleboard. As expected, we started of as the biggest losers and could barely score against our experienced and by the way, very attractive opposite team. But not long after, we turned into "luckydogs" and took over the board. And as every victory needs celebration we decided to cross the bridge to Soho, Manhattan and finish our night at Goldbar.

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19.10.10

Moma 2010

I sometimes look forward to rainy days. They are the perfect "excuse" for visiting your favorite museums. I took this chance to go to the Moma, the home of Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Willem de Kooning, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Joan MirĂ³, Henry Matisse, Marcel Duchamp and many others.
And guess who was visiting from Paris?? Monet and his waterlilies.

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Lee Krasner, Gaea, 1966

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Art works in many ways....

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Edward Ruscha, "oof",1962

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William Beneziodes, Dwarf, 1947

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René Magritte, The palace of curtains III, 1928

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18.10.10

An afternoon stroll at Chelsea Market (New York)

After a night of too many gin & tonics at Goldbar in Soho, my friend from Berlin and I have decided to take it easy today and not run around in Manhattan for hours. All we needed was a good espresso, a sugar rush of cupcakes and more food for our eyes. One of the best places in New York to find all of this at one place is at Chelsea Market. This beautiful 11-story building from 1913, formerly known as the National Biscuit Company Complex (Oreos & Mallomars) has an amazing lobby with tons of bakeries and stores inside. If you are a picky coffee drinker like me I will definitely recommend you to start your day with a cappuccino at Ninth Street Coffee. It's one of the best coffee places in Manhattan! And as an expert I can assure you, there are not too many.

After strolling through the never ending lobby which was decorated with pumpkins and skeletons hanging from the ceiling, we ended our trip at one of my favorite stores: Anthropolgie. It is just crazy how creative this company is. They put so much love and effort into their products and the decoration of their stores. Too bad we don't have any in Europe.



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