Ever curious about happenings in our hometown, The 10,000 recently visited MoMA’s Alexander Calder: Modern From The Start exhibit, which is on view through August 7th, 2021.
The history and evolution of basketball is especially significant to the city of New York, which continues to host the game in its various iterations, from the street all the way to Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center.
With a career spanning over seven decades, French designer and visionary Pierre Cardin is a force to be reckoned with. “Pierre Cardin:
As the fashion world continues to be obsessed with Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of menswear for Louis Vuitton and creator of Off-White, The 10,000 traveled to Chicago for “Figures of Speech,” a monumental exhibit highlighting pivotal moments in Abloh’s over 15 years in fashion, music and design.
Described by David Bowie as, “the greatest cultural extravaganza one could imagine,” the German capital is a leading travel destination that serves as a hub for modern arts, music and culture, with numerous historic and contemporary attractions to experience and enjoy.
German artist Anselm Kiefer, known for his massive paintings and installations covering history, culture, religion and mythology, has his new sculpture, Uraeus, on display at Rockefeller Center in New York City now through the end of May.
Stephen Wilkes’s enthusiasm is infectious. The New York-born photographer describes his diverse field experiences with equal zeal, whether capturing an undulating cloud of sandhill cranes in Nebraska, which he calls “one of the most extraordinary things I’ve ever witnessed,” or documenting Scotland’s Bass Rock while surrounded by bird guano.
A native Californian and adopted New Yorker, Hugo McCloud is a self-taught, multimedia artist inspired by urban landscapes and decay. McCloud, who has been featured in solo exhibitions in New York, Italy, and London, works largely in metals, and applies a “physical and instinctual” approach to his work.
According to The Wing’s in-house historian, the first professional women’s club in America was founded after Fanny Fern, a popular American newspaper columnist, was turned away from a speech Charles Dickens gave at the New York Press Club and told she could, “listen through a crack in the door.” Over 100 years later, The Wing carries on the tradition.