NeverLand Lost: A portrait of Michael Jackson takes us deeper into Michael’s mystery world. Henry Leutwyler, famous portrait photographer, also known for his incredible gift for bringing still-life objects back to life, satisfies our curiosity in his excellent book unveiling Michael Jackson’s belongings -which, until now, have been locked in storage crates in Neverland. This book is a pure source of excitement that’ll nourish your passion for the mysterious legend that is, and will always be… the King of Pop.
Get your own signed copy of the book on Wednesday June 16th from 6 to 8 pm at Dashwood Books 33 Bond Street. bet Bowery and Lafayette (Tel: 212.387.8520)
Neverland Lost, A Portrait of Michael Jackson by Henry Leutwyler
Price $45. Visit the website for more inf. The book can also be purchased on amazon.com
Along with the sun comes Color do Brasil‘s latest collection. Right on time for beach season, French designer Amanda de Montal presents her 5th collection of Brazilian- inspired sexy swimsuits. For the lucky Butterflies who want to be irresistible this summer, note that a private sale is taking place from April 29th to 30th at 153 Lafayette street (11am to 7pm). You’ll find a large selection of swimsuits, wraps and other accessories.
Visit the “goodies” section of NYButterfly to see the invitation to the private sale. And for more info about the collection check Color Do Brasil‘s website.
If you are in Manhattan for this lovely spring weekend don’t miss the AIPAD Photography Show. It is one of the most important international photography events and it is opening today.
More than 70 of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries will present a large selection of high-quality work including contemporary, modern and 19th century photographs, as well as photo-based art, video and new media.
AIPAD New York: March 18th-21st, 2010
Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Ave & 67th St.
Thursday, March 18 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.Friday, March 19 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 20 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 21 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Starting tomorrow, The Dumbo Arts Center is hosting a big open art sale. About 200 artists will be selling works in all media from $50 to $2000. We would be crazy not to check it out!
From Friday Feb 26th to Sunday 28th
Dumbo Arts Center is located 30 Washington St in Dumbo
Directions: F train to York St. A/C train to High St.
Hours: Friday 6-9 PM; Saturday 12-8 PM; Sunday 12-6 PM
Please join Pomme‘s team for a winter party, from 4 to 6 pm, dedicated to wild animals of all stripes!
To begin the Holiday season in roaring style, we have invited two animal-loving artists:
Award-winning photographer Andrew Zuckerman will be signing “Creature ABC“, a stunning alphabet book displaying his famous high-res images of wildlife…
… and Davina Zagury will join us to unveil “Animals”, her new series of still life pictures featuring close-ups of vintage plastic toys in natural decors.
Born in Washington, DC, in 1977, Andrew Zuckerman is a photographer and filmmaker. His work has been commissioned extensively for multiple brands throughout the world and has received many awards. He has published three photography books, including Creature, a portrait series of animals, which was released worldwide in November 2007 to critical acclaim and is now in its fourth printing.
Davina Zagury was born in Thailand, grew up in Israel, and now lives in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. First known for her pictures of salvaged old toys, she has collaborated with Pomme on several photography projects, including the highly successful “Doudou” and “Siblings” projects.
81 Washington St, @ York street. DUMBO in Brooklyn
“The King of paparazzi” will be signing copies of VIVA ITALIA at Clic Gallery tomorrow from 3-5PM.
Galella has been shooting the most famous celebrities for over 40 years. His book, VIVA L’ITALIA, is a compilation of Italian and Italian-American stars such as Sophia Loren, Federico Fellini, Monica Belluci, Carla Bruni, Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando, Robert de Niro, Madonna, Leonardo Di Caprio, and way more…
Clic Bookstore & Gallery, 255 Centre Street. Tel: 212-966-2766.
If you can’t make it tomorrow, you can just call the gallery and pre-order a signed copy.