Leo Kuelbs Collection opens its doors

Leo Kuelbs Collection 2018 Open House

Leo Kuelbs Collection opens its doors

Leo Kuelbs Collection | DUMBO

The Leo Kuelbs Collection is hosting its first ever open house to celebrate the coming of Spring with a look at some of LKC’s favorite works and artists in DUMBO on Saturday, March 3, 2018.

Open House with Tacos:
Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 2-10 p.m.
Champagne Toast: 6 p.m.

RSVP REQUIRED: lkuelbscollection@gmail.com

Featured Artists: Frank Gaard, Maria Naidyonova, Drew Simpson, Nikolay Koshelev

With: Marc Chagall, Juan Miro, Miss Van, Steve West

 

IMAGE COURTESY OF MARIA NAIDYONOVA

 

THOMAS D. ROTENBERG + THEOLOGIAN, "DIGITALLY ASCENDENT," 2017

 

Videos by: Juliane Ebner, Rani Messias and Anna Leevia, Nicole Antebi and Xiren Wang, Nina Sobell and Laura Ortman, Harald Vogel and Mai T. with Alex Hamadey, Thomas D. Rotenberg

 

See an example of JULIANE EBNER's work

 

As an extra bonus, check out LIGHT YEAR 35: DIGITAL FAIRY TALES: Chinese Stories on Thursday, March 1st!  Opening party at MINY by IFP (30 John St. in DUMBO) 6-8 pm with videos on the Manhattan Bridge (Pearl St and Anchorage Pl. in DUMBO) 6-10 pm.

 

 

Beyond Brooklyn

Mikaela Shiffrin wins her third straight Killington Cup in slalom.  ©Mark D Phillips

Today was Mikaela's day to shine during a dreary day at Killington. The weather really was opposite of the excitement as she competed for her third straight Killington Cup slalom podium.

It was Federica's day. After moving from the 6th starting position to a 2nd place first run finish, Brignone tore up the course in the second run to finish .49 ahead of Ragnhild Mowinckel of Norway.