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Countdown to Zero

By Sofia Juarez
Wednesday, 7/21/2010 5:19 PM
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On Tuesday, July 20th, the PALEY CENTER FOR THE MEDIA hosted the New York Premiere of MAGNOLIA PICTURES': COUNTDOWN TO ZERO. Produced by Academy Award winner and nominee Lawrence Bender (Inglourious Basterds, An Inconvenient Truth), the movie focuses on the history of the atomic bomb from its birth to its current impact on global affairs. Countdown to Zero recognizes the atomic bomb as the most powerful force on earth, capable of unfathomable destruction, and makes a fascinating case for worldwide nuclear disarmament, an issue that the Obama administration is hoping to solve today. The compelling, eye-opening film is enthusiastically recommend to anyone interested in the politics and the future of nuclear arms in this world. Premiere guests included Diane Weyermann, Gabe Saporta, Heather Graham, Queen Noor, Jeff Skoll, Moby, Lucy Walker, Nate Berkus as well as ... Read More


Shepard Fairey's Studio Number One

By Sofia Juarez
Wednesday, 7/21/2010 4:40 PM
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On Tuesday, July 20th, The Supper Club & Spread Magazine honored Shepard Fairey with a private viewing of his most recent creative endeavor, Studio Number One. Guests had the privilege of meeting the artist himself while mingling over cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and music by DJ Kelly Cole. Fairey, an American contemporary artist and graphic designer, created his LA based design agency in 2003. Fairey's firm bridges the gap between culture and enterprise through art and design. Guests were served hot tea and cakes at Hollywood's Tea Room, a bar/lounge and recent Hollywood hot spot due to its dimly lit, velvet adorned seductive interior and exclusive clientele. The party was hosted by The Supper Club, a social association which brings together talented individuals for exclusive parties, and also serves in London and New York. This intimate gathering included guests such as Barclay Butera, ... Read More


Shanghai Symphony on The Great Lawn

By Sofia Juarez
Wednesday, 7/14/2010 5:12 PM
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By Sofia Juarez

The China Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization that encourages the education of the Chinese arts, held an event at The Great Lawn on Tuesday, July 13th to welcome the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. The mission of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, who perform both locally and internationally, use their performance art as a way to expand the understanding of China’s vast culture and history. After performing at the Beijing Music Festival and the Beijing Pop Festival, the Shanghai Syphony headed to Manhattan to spread the knowledge and beauty of the Chinese musical culture.


Padma Lakshmi, Angela Chen, Meredith Ostrom





The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra’s presence in Manhattan is especially important, as it is the first and best ... Read More


LaChapelle's American Jesus and After Party

By Sofia Juarez
Wednesday, 7/14/2010 4:13 PM
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July 13 marked the opening of David LaChapelle’s Solo Exhibition, American Jesus, at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in Manhattan. LaChapelle specializes in fine art photography, film and fashion; ideas which are all implemented in his work. His paintings live and breathe art historical references, current events and popular culture, which make each piece distinctive in significance and narrative content. 
One of the more compelling works of the exhibition was of Michael Jackson as a modern day martyr, which stood out to Rory Tahari, and model Hana Soukupova, whom were seen posing next to the photograph. These works demonstrate LaChappelle's interest in implementing different mediums into his artwork, including watercolors, collages and mixed media sketches. Guests included Sonja LaChapelle, Lenny Kravitz, Amanda Lepore, Beth Ann Hardison, Rory Tahari, model Hana Soukupova, Karim Rashid, Ivana Rashid and Rick Ros... Read More


Ouch at Lily Pond

By Sofia Juarez
Tuesday, 7/13/2010 4:17 PM
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Philippe Chow
restaurant in East Hampton held a soiree Friday night in honor of the Watermill Center and to commemorate the closing of the Warhol Exhibition. Hosted by Becka Diamond, Eric Firestone, R. Couri Hay and Colette, guests enjoyed delicious food while mingling with one another under the clear summer night sky. The event then carried over to Lily Pond, an elegant setting for the equally elegant group of individuals who attended. Lily Pond has been one of the Hampton’s hottest clubs due to its incredible atmosphere; offering boasting a dance floor and both indoor and outdoor seating allowing club-goers the liberty to comfortably roam the area and escape to the outside for some fresh air. DJ Lee Kalt entertained guests and many thanks to Frank Cilione and J. Norris whom helped make this event to be the success that ... Read More


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