New York City hadn’t seen a rainstorm quite like it had on Thursday in a while. It didn’t weary the guests that attended the Michel COMTE and MILK collaboration: A Collaboration 1996-2016, not one bit. After mixing and mingling with others at the event, it was hardly a blur of people. Instead, it was incredibly refreshing to see each person’s unique personality and style stand out—the perfect mix of individuals that were not going to let a few rain clouds take away their shine. Take a peek at the photos of the grand opening party—and be sure to stop by Milk to see the exhibit!
Photos by Blaire Brown
A fusion of classical and futurist motifs filtered through technology adorned the walls of the Milk Gallery NYC last week at the private opening for Tim Richardson’s Spiritual Machine. Richardson’s images move far beyond the camera, exploring the figure and fashion through motion capture, scanning, and 3D imaging which became apparent each corner we turned throughout the show. The gallery is showing pieces that were editorial gems from magazines like Vogue Hommes Japan, V magazine, and Dazed and Confused– just to name a few. Julie and I mixed and mingled through the artsy crowd which was an exhibit and scene in itself. My favorite part about attending these events is the people watching: the clothing is amazing and such characters are so interesting to meet! Check out my photos to see our adventure unravel. The exhibit will be held at Milk Gallery until May 31st— grab some coffee at the Chelsea Market and go pop in and see the art in person before it’s gone!