This year I finally got to see the Coney Art Walls: an outdoor museum of street art curated by Joseph Sitt and Jeffrey Deitch, right in the middle of the Coneys Island amusement parks. About 35 walls feature some of todays best street artist – including many of my favourites such as Tristan Eaton, Lady … More NYC. Brooklyn. Coney Island Art Walls.
I got back to NYC from Chicago around noon on Friday and checked into my hotel on the Bowery: the Bowery House where I had already stayed last year in May. The Bowery House is a former flop house which was made into a stylish hotel. The location is perfect: on the Bowery between East Houston … More NYC. A weekend in the city. (May 2016 recap)
Upcoming trip: Lisbon I sooo wanna have a coffee in this cafe Can’t wait to see & enjoy the view from the new terraces in Carmo Vhils created a portrait of fado singer Amalia Rodrigues in the Alfama made of traditional portuguese cobblestone – a must see for me! The rooftop bar we didn’t get to … More Travel plans & around the web – August 2015
On Wednesday after I had breakfast at Chelsea Market, I visted the new Whitney Museum. The museum just opened its new downtown location in the Meatpacking District, right next to the High Line on Friday May 1st. There was a long line outside the museum and I prepared myself to be waiting to get in for … More NYC. Recap and favourite Instagrams. May 2015 – Day 6-10
more pictures from coney island can be found here and here.
[all pics are from a rainy afternoon in september. some instas from the same day are here; pictures from 2011 and some information about coney island are in this post.]
[just a few b&w instagrams from an rainy evening at coney island last september. hope everyone in nyc and on the east coast stays safe!]
dekalb market in downtown brooklyn – a market made of old shipping containers one of the little bronze sculptures by tom otterness at the 14th street / 8th avenue subway station a visit to coney island on a rainy afternoon lower manhattan seen from brooklyn bridge park at rockaway beach // “And it was to … More nyc. i heart you.
“Nathan’s Famous was founded by a Polish immigrant, Nathan Handwerker, and his is truly an authentic “only in America story.” He started his business in 1916 with a small hot dog stand in Coney Island, New York. He sold hot dogs that were manufactured based on a recipe developed by his wife, Ida. In the … More nyc. brooklyn. coney island.