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In each issue of the magazine, Art Intelligentsia’s founder, Dr. Barbara Stehle, introduces you to an artist and a work of art. Art Intelligentsia offers consulting services for all art collectors, from beginners to seasoned collectors. Todd Murphy: The Courage of Margaret Mead Time takes another meaning in Todd Murphy’s paintings and art

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On the 65th floor of the Rockefeller Center, the bar offers a bird’s eye view of New York City. Some places are timeless; this is an unforgettable experience.   Like an eagle’s nest, Bar SixtyFive is perched at the top of a New York Art Deco classic, 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The bar

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Gerri Davis is a painter, but NASA could almost have used her as a scientist. Her paintings are incredibly cool and challenging; they are pushing the boundaries in their field. An afternoon in the studio, going over the works for her upcoming show at Le Salon H, led to an

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You can’t miss the Crosby Street Hotel, between Spring and Prince Streets in SoHo: a large cat sculpture by Botero stands outside the front entrance. It has panache, it sets the tone. Voilà! The Crosby is artsy without taking itself too seriously. And therein lies its charm. Movie and drinks People in

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After Labour Day, the art world returns to New York City and gears up for a series of art openings. Everybody meets the first Thursday of September to go gallery hopping. Lately, it has become complicated, with more important shows extending to the Lower East Side and Chelsea. Uptown galleries

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Skyscraper The word skyscraper is forever associated with Utopian cities and their effort to conquer space. The architecture of New York brings to mind this futuristic vision. It evokes science fiction tales, the images of men travelling in flying devices, slaloming between towers, finding pathways in the sky. This landscape of

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The Osprey at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is a collaboration between four men of incredible talent: Tribeca restaurant mogul Matt Abramcyk, Partner and Culinary Director Michael Oliver (Lafayette), Chef de Cuisine Mike Poiarkoff (Vinegar Hill House) and Barry Sternlicht of 1 Hotels. Reclaimed wood and living walls wrap the

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Walk past Van Cleef & Arpels and Mikimoto, turn onto 53rd Street, and, across from the iconic Museum of Modern Art, you will find the Baccarat Hotel New York. The entrance is framed by a prismatic glass wall and a modernist dark awning. From the red carpet lit by crystal

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Le Coq Rico, which opened a few months ago in the Flatiron district, has an absolutely unique menu. The chef basically serves farm-style eggs and poultry, accompanied by fresh organic salads and vegetables. The cocktails are delicious, the wine selection judicious and the staff friendly. It’s a feel-good place, it’s

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Ariane van Dievoet is part of a new generation of young designers who are bringing craftsmanship, quality and a sense of luxury back to our lives.   Young, bright and pretty, Ariane van Dievoet rose like a shooting star out of RISD to the famous Milanese design fair in 2014. Fast forward

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LUXE magazine readers are familiar with Lauren Berger Collection, as Ms. Berger has been active in the real estate and hospitality business for a few decades. Her superb properties have been reviewed by LUXE magazine and expert travel guides, and the consensus is unanimous: luxury in the hands of Lauren

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In each issue of the magazine, Art Intelligentsia’s founder Dr. Barbara Stehle will introduce you to an artist and a work of art. Art Intelligentsia offers consulting services for all art collectors, from the beginner to the seasoned collector.   There is no artist I would rather visit and engage intellectually with

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Who said fashion people are always on a diet and don’t cook delicious, nutritious and well-concocted food? If you still think so, you will change your mind when you try cooking with Zac Posen, the fashion designer, Project runway host and now cookbook author.   Food and clothing have this in common:

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New Yorkers spend many of their evenings going out onto rooftops, that is, if they pass the mighty guard who is selecting the beautiful people from the line of spectacular candidates. Not very politically correct a process, nor pleasant to go through, but the view and the atmosphere make it

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The Mark Hotel, located on New York City’s Upper East Side in an exquisite building dating back to 1927, has been completely redesigned for the 21st century. Combiningold-world comfort, avant-garde design and state-of-the-art equipment, the property also boasts the largest penthouse suite in the United States.   Just minutes from Central Park

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Xavier Roux is a French artist living in NYC, where he welcomed LUXE Magazine to a preview showing of his next exhibition, an in situ installation at the artist’s studio. The exhibition opens on November 18 2017. What did you name this panoramic mural installation that covers the wall of your

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If finding the best places to eat, shop or grab a drink in the Big Apple eludes you, get in touch with Anna Roma. A professional concierge who has worked 18 years in the hospitality industry, Anna was a member of the Union Internationale des Concierges d’Hôtels and wore the

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After its success in Montreal and Toronto, the largest private Art Center in Canada opens now in the US. Arsenal Contemporary New York is located right across of the New Museum and steps away from the new location of the International Center for Photography.   A newcomer on the NY art scene,

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This spring has been very exciting on the NYC art scene! Women history month has offered, fantastic viewings and will continue to do so until the end of May. The Biennial has been one of the most highly regarded of the kind and the museum and gallery program very stimulating.

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People have been waiting for this moment all spring: the opening of new restaurants on the New York scene. The trend is very French, taking inspiration from both haute cuisine and regional specialities. The chefs in greatest vogue are taking advantage of the good weather to suggest new concepts in

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The New York arts scene is varied, extravagant and sophisticated. From Manhattan to Brooklyn, there are plenty of places to go. This spring brings major contemporary art exhibitions, not to mention exhibitions looking at cultures that are not represented nearly enough. Here at a glance are the major events of

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Architect Ulises Liceaga of the Fractal Architecture agency has created an elegant, luminescent and innovative contemporary residence in the Gramercy Park neighbourhood. The result: he is the winner of the Ceramics d’Italie prize in the residential category. Gramercy Gramercy, on Manhattan’s East Side, is legendary for its private park, to which only

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Essex House used to be the tallest tower in New York. Built at the same time as the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center, it is definitively one of the most beautiful examples of 1930s Art deco style in the Big Apple.   This imposing building, with its name inscribed on its façade in gigantic red letters, hasn’t lost anything of

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