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ABOUT THE WALK Experience SoHo’s art scene like never before with a walk down famous cobblestone streets that were once the stomping grounds of such greats as Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. New York’s SoHo Arts Walk is a collaboration of more than 20 of the neighborhood’s fine, established galleries who exhibit their new works simultaneously.
ABOUT SOHO Made famous by its prestigious art galleries and eclectic boutiques, SoHo is the area south of Houston and north of Canal Street on the west side of Manhattan. SoHo is home to an unparalleled collection of an American architectural innovation– cast iron structures. Most of the hundreds of cast iron buildings in New York City are located in this historic neighborhood, which is why it used to be nicknamed the Cast Iron District. In the 1970s, the upper stories of these buildings rapidly increased in popularity, and were soon being referred to as “Artists Lofts”. The lofts attracted creatives in particular, who needed expansive, affordable work spaces with natural lighting. Until the early 1980s, the majority of these lofts were illegally being used as living spaces as well, despite the fact that they were not outfitted for residential use. Soon SoHo was launched to international fame as a sophisticated hub for innovative artists.
ElleaimeNY's Blog is the result of the homework Laurence Neron-Bancel does to schedule her visits in cities around the world and during international artfairs, get inspiration for her collages; keep records of artists; an incomplete and arbitrary guide of events in and around Westchester, New York and elsewhere. It is less public than facebook and used as tool for LMCollage and LM Studio, the New artist's residency program just recently launched in Hyeres France If there's an event you'd like considered for inclusion, send your announcement to Laurenceneronbancel@gmail.com
There is no such thing as good painting about nothing.+ I’m not an abstractionist. I’m not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.Mark ROTHKO