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  • South Florida Cultural Consortium Comes to MOCA
    The South Florida Cultural Consortium is probably the most coveted regional art prize there is. This may sound like a joke, but it’s not. Let’s unpack why you think that might be funny. First of all, the field of artists in Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe, Martin, and Palm Beach is a movement of voices varied and compelling. Second, the prize comes with $15,000 (or $7,500), the largest of its kind in....
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  • What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC
    In Miami, it’s Swim Week. Pull up a pool chair and marvel at so much creativity in so little fabric. In New York, muppets are taking Queens. Reserve a ticket; it’s a hot one. And in Los Angeles, the Getty’s the place to see some incredible David Hockney self-portraits and photos. We’re calling it “Eye Candy Week,” coast to coast to coast. NEW YORK CITY We’ll tell you how to... The post What to Do ...
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  • SIXTY Listens: The Radio Dept. “Teach Me to Forget”
    Every now and again, a song comes along that feels precisely like summers spent on oceans, late nights that turn into early mornings. The Radio Dept. has recently released a 12” version of last year’s “Teach Me to Forget.” This one is a little softer, a little less demanding. It pulses along gently, conjuring up dreams of salty air and feet in the sand. Have a listen–and then book your next... The...
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  • Meg Cranston Conjures Up Modernist Masters
    Almost Matissean in their hues and hand-drawn forms, Los Angeles-based painter Meg Cranston’s latest exhibition delves into the idea of making the old new again. Inspired by legendary modernists and their exhaustive exploration into color theory, the series is bursting with fresh ideas about how we perceive color relationships. It’s titled Same Composition, Different Hues, Different Title and is n...
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  • The Interrogator with Molly Young
    There are some writers that demand more than a cursory look at their byline. One sentence into a Molly Young piece, and your eyes shoot up to the header. Who is this? Where did they come from? Why are they so damn good? Her opening lines are often direct punches to the face, confident and freestanding. It’s the kind of writing that refuses anonymity. It does not fall easily into... The post The In...
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  • 6 Excellent Summer Spritzes in New York City
    It’s been heralded “The Summer of Spritz” by many. And it is indeed that. Yes, rosé has had its day and then some. Now it’s time for another bev to take its place. Enter the Aperol Spritz, that tangerine-colored dream hailing from Northern Italy. (Who knew prosecco could be so beautifully improved?) While the drink has taken its place on many an al fresco table, don’t just limit yourself to... The...
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  • Your Guide to Miami Swim Week 2017 at Nautilus
    Miami Swim Week 2017 officially takes over South Beach this week, bringing with it all the string bikinis and beach bods for which it has become so known. Things kick off Thursday, for four days of back-to-back parties and fashion shows, a few of which are happening at our very own Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel. This Thursday, July 20, the Peroni Emerging Designer Series comes to Nautilus. It’s the sixt...
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  • SIXTY Listens: The Radio Dept. “Teach Me to Forget”
    Every now and again, a song comes along that feels precisely like summers spent on oceans, late nights that turn into early mornings. The Radio Dept. has recently released a 12” version of last year’s “Teach Me to Forget.” This one is a little softer, a little less demanding. It pulses along gently, conjuring up dreams of salty air and feet in the sand. Have a listen–and then book your next... The...
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  • A Haunting Retrospective of Belkis Ayón in NYC
    In 1999, the Cuban printmaker Belkis Ayón, one of the island’s most celebrated artists, took her own life at the age of 32. The exact reason is unknown, though some will surely speculate. Her works, all on the spectrum of white, grey, and black, contain shrouded, silhouetted figures, of human and non-human forms. A retrospective exhibition of her work, on view at El Museo del Barrio in New York Ci...
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  • What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC
    In Manhattan this week, MoMA is home to a duo of retrospectives from legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright and iconic artist Robert Rauschenberg. Los Angeles spells a bookshop reading that will make you feel as if you are undercover in daylight. And in Miami, it’s all aboard an artful “boat show” at the Perez Art Museum. Anchors aweigh! NEW YORK CITY There are two great shows up at MoMA through.....
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  • Nothing Is Sacred for Artist Paul McCarthy
    Known for his wit-laden video performances and caricature-esque sculptures, Los Angeles-based artist Paul McCarthy is currently the subject of a much-anticipated solo exhibition at Hauser+Wirth’s Arts District compound. Titled Paul McCarthy: WS Spinoffs, Wood Statues, Brown Rothkos, the exhibition is comprised of two fascinating subsections housed within the same gallery space. Immediately command...
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  • Miami’s Zestiest Key Lime Pies
    Is there any dish that quite encapsulates the breezy, beachy nature of Southern Florida quite like Key lime pie? It’s light but satisfying, tart but sweet. It’s the perfect bookend to a day spent in the sand, when a warm bread pudding or a crispy crème brûlée just feels, well, not exactly right. In a town so near the place to which it owes its name, you can expect that Miami... The post Miami’s Ze...
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  • Block Party: Bedford Ave. in Williamsburg
    Unless you’ve been hiding under a cultural rock the last ten years, you’ll know that Brooklyn doesn’t play second best to Manhattan any longer. It’s its own bonafide borough, filled with more incredible restaurants, stores, and coffee shops than you can shake a stick at. If you need more proof, here’s some: Williamsburg’s famed Smorgasburg food market is opening up shop in Soho. Talk about turning...
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  • Ray Smith Goes Big and Bold at Nina Johnson
    After Hurricane Sandy hit New York in 2012, the large Brooklyn warehouse that served as Ray Smith’s studio was totally flooded. The artist, who was born in Brownsville, Texas and raised in Mexico, said it was like a six-foot swimming pool, consuming 30 years worth of his work. Smith, who is known for his mixing of Modernism, Surrealism, and various vernaculars from Europe and the Western Hemispher...
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  • What to Do This Week in LA, Miami and NYC
    Test out new waters this week. In New York, head to Brooklyn to food crawl through the tree-lined and brownstone-bedecked Clinton Hill and Fort Greene neighborhoods. Los Angeles provides an opportunity to time machine back to the 1960s of Dennis Hopper via his groovy, never-before-exhibited images. And in Miami, plunge into the marine haven of Biscayne National Park while it’s still an endangered–...
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  • SIXTY Listens: BRONCHO “Get in My Car”
    Oklahoma-based BRONCHO just breezed through Brooklyn with back-to-back shows at Williamsburg’s Union Pool. They’ll be touring through the end of September, promoting their 2016 album, Double Vanity. Much discussion was made in regards to its slowed down tempo when compared to the verve found on 2014’s Just Hip Enough to Be Woman. “Get in My Car,” the band’s latest single, meets the two albums some...
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  • ‘Hey, Bartender!’ with The Friend in Silver Lake
    A good local bar is, in many ways, similar to a good friend. There’s stability, reliability, familiarity. They are invaluable in both good times and, for lack of a better term, bad times. And while you won’t exactly be able to talk through your problems with a tequila soda at 1 a.m., it will certainly give you enough distance to think things out or, better yet, forget them altogether. And... The p...
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  • Your Guide to a Perfect Day on the Upper East Side
    Think all the good stuff happens downtown? Think again. Uptown is rife with happenings and culture–the kind that New York City was built on. The Upper East Side, in particular, scores high marks when it comes to density of things to do, all just a park away from 6 Columbus, a SIXTY Hotel. From classic cocktail standbys to internationally acclaimed museums to (not surprisingly) shopping, this tony ...
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  • Breaking Rules with Sebastien Zanella
    Filmmaker and photographer Sebastien Zanella doesn’t believe in following the status quo; he believes in carving out your own creative path by whatever means necessary. In a beautifully short film directed by Gabriel Novis and shot around the world, Zanella lays out his secret for a life well lived, where possessions take a backseat to experience, and where adults are advised to ignore the siren s...
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  • Condo New York Takes Over Manhattan
    Nay, not another towering monument for housing the bourgeoisie, Condo New York is a collaborative exhibition undertaken by 36 galleries at 16 spaces in Manhattan. A sprawling effort to promote international exchange amongst art spaces (some not-so-large, others a bit bigger), over a dozen New York galleries are hosting galleries from outside New York and around the world in an initiative to try a ...
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  • What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC
    Kiss, kiss, bang, bang. When the Fourth is good and done, it’ll be time to get back to semi-normal. This week, go to the most-underrated avenue in L.A., Melrose, and check out some of the new shopping spots. In New York, raise your Canadian flag and see what their cuisine is all about. It’s out there, and better than fish-and-chips. In Miami, we’re just going to send you to what the... The post Wh...
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  • Joe Ray: The Prolific (and the Plastic)
    “Being an artist was not the easiest thing to think about as a profession… But after [Vietnam], it was easy to make a decision to become an artist, because of the position I was put in: I could not have made it… I could have not come back. So if you put your life on the line for that, you can put your life on the line for something you... The post Joe Ray: The Prolific (and the Plastic) appeared f...
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  • Where to Score New England Lobster Rolls in NYC
    Sinking your teeth into a delicious lobster roll, with its mayo-laden meat tucked generously into a buttery bun, is a surefire way to transport yourself to parts further north. And who needs to make the trek all the way up to Maine when you’ve got the good stuff right in your backyard? New Yorkers have an abundance of stellar rolls to dig into, and the Hudson River can certainly serve... The post ...
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  • Serving Up Tiki Time with John Longo
    Since its inception two summers ago, Tiki Tabu at SIXTY LES has been a longstanding favorite with locals and visitors alike. Maybe it’s the views of the Manhattan skyline. Maybe it’s the transportive Trader Vic’s-meets-Blue Hawaii vibe. Maybe it’s the booze delivered in chilled brass pineapples. Maybe it is, in fact, all of these things. Whatever the case, the rooftop bar has become a summer insti...
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  • What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC
    As the short week builds to the Fourth of July celebrations early next, it’s a good time to get the edgy anticipation out of your system. Start with something fun and chill to do Friday or Saturday, and relax. In Manhattan, we’re gonna have a clambake on the Hudson. In Los Angeles, the phrase is “road trip,” then boat trip, to Catalina Island. (No traffic in sight there!) And in Miami,... The post...
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  • 11 Artists Take on History at David Castillo Gallery
    This summer, eleven artists take on a heavy subject at Miami’s David Castillo Gallery: history. And no, this is not your run-of-the-mill, yawning-in-your-high-school-class kind of history lesson, but rather, it’s a deeper, more reflective type of inquiry. “History,” the French philosopher Paul Valéry once said, “is the most dangerous product that the chemistry of the intellect has invented… Histor...
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  • SIXTY Listens: DJDS “Trees on Fire”
    A summer is always defined by its anthems. While there might be more bold-faced names with quote-unquote bigger hits that come out this season, you can bet you’ll be hearing plenty of DJDS “Trees on Fire” track the next few months. It’s got a kind of easy, transportive, ‘90s-R&B-esque energy to it, with vocals from Amber Mark and Marco McKinnis. Have a listen. Photo courtesy of DJDS via Facebook T...
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  • Andrea Zittel Explores the Dynamics of Space
    In her sixth solo show with Regen Projects in Hollywood, sculptor and installation artist Andrea Zittel delves into how humankind interacts with its surroundings. The exhibition is separated into two related bodies of work: Planar Configurations, currently installed at the gallery, and Planar Pavilions, a permanent installation in the Southern Mojave Desert. Planar Configurations deals with physic...

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