So coming from London how do you feel like the energy of NYC is different?
With talent as a musician (he grew up playing the accordion) and artist, creative savant Ro combines his passions to create something uniquely spectacular. Remembering the days before music went digital, he spent a lot of his childhood at record stores browsing through album covers and admiring the cover artwork. Based in LA, he is also a music video director, so it is no surprise that his art is inspired by his passion for music. His … Read the rest
Because it brings people together interactively in unusual ways and it makes people think in differently expanding their minds to understand different concepts.
What kind of style are you most influenced by?
I have a very heavy vintage influence. My family is in the “antiques” so I’ve always been around cool old stuff.
What’s one cultural fad you can’t stop talking about?
I was really into Movie Pass a couple of weeks ago which is $10 a month and you get to see unlimited movies. Also, that weird audio recording was really cool the other day. It’s supposed to say Laurel but it … Read the rest
The SPRING/BREAK Art Show is always a refreshing stop on the “NYC Armory week” circuit. The least commercial of the fairs, SPRING/BREAK is the cool little cousin of the big fairs–the one that doesn’t give a shit about what collectors expect to see–or at least, that’s the vibe. This year, artists and curators addressed the theme, “Stranger Comes to Town.” Since many of the rooms are curator-driven, there is usually a strong position represented in each. Entering a room can … Read the rest