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In the Studio with Paul Mpagi Sepuya

The flesh reveals itself in slivers and fragmented reflections. In color sometimes. Often in black and white. The curve of a bicep, a strand of hair, pants always dangerously low. L.A.-based photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya mines the sensual spaces of the studio, filling every blank space with a bristling...

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6 Must-Sees In and Around Central Park

Central Park is New York City’s crown jewel—a treasure for all seasons. It is a seasonal stage constantly being reset, filled anew with scenery and players. Spring’s riot of blooms. Summer’s sea of sunbathers splayed out on the grass, chess players moving kings and pawns across concrete boards. The...

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A SIXTY Guide to New Year’s Eve

Out with the old, in with the gold. This year’s been a doozy, and now—thankfully—it’s time to put it behind us. The future awaits, and it’s called 2019. What will it bring? No one knows. What we do know is that New Year’s Eve is set to be a...

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Make This Holiday Season One for the Books

Ordinarily, our SIXTY holiday roundups are more, well, well-rounded. But with Hanukkah coming and going so early this year, what’s left in the happenings department happens to be mostly Christmas related. That being said, there’s plenty to enjoy, no matter what holiday you celebrate. We’ve got classic ballets, not-so-classic...

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Scene and Heard: The Art Basel 2018 Recap

We did it. Another Art Basel in the bag. This year, Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel played host to some of the best events of the week. NYC gallery The Hole blew through for a night, bringing with them a performance by Young Thug. Make Believe, our transportive nightlife outfit...

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Suzy Kellems Dominik Returns to Nautilus

Last year, in the midst of Miami Art Week 2017, countless spectators stood beneath a series of clear glass tubes and dangling white wires, waiting for an eruption of sorts. An orgasm, to be blunt. The work, by Suzy Kellems Dominik, lit the walls of the Nautilus in neon shades...

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Cyndi Ramirez’s Guide to Art Basel

Self-care is having a moment. And given the state of the things — political turmoil, social discord, environmental crises of potentially apocalyptic proportions — you can see why. There is an argument to be made that the first step in changing what’s going on without is by changing what’s...

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20 Questions with Designer Chris Gelinas

Waves were quickly made when New York City womenswear designer Chris Gelinas debuted his CG collection in 2013. That same year, he won the MADE for Peroni Young Designer Award. In 2014, he placed as a finalist in LVMH’s first Young Fashion Designers prize, ranking amongst such talents as...

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In the Studio with Joseph Algieri

Globs of resin, swirls of vinyl, piped loops of ceramic. From his studio in Brooklyn, artist and designer Joseph Algieri creates works where the natural order of things seems to be encouraged. Foam is left to settle into pools. Chaotic splatters create winning design motifs. The genius is in...

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At the Sushi Bar with Derek Feldman

Derek Feldman didn’t want to go into food. Not initially. He loved sports, studied sports management, graduated with the intention of going into the business of sports. But then he got sidelined. Put up in the hospital with an illness that would set him back for the better part...

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