Kika Karadi was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1975, immigrating to the United States in 1986. She attended New World School of the Arts in Miami and received her BFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1997.
Kika Karadi lives and works in New York. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United states and Europe, including the Expanded Painting Section of Prague Biennale and the 51st Venice Biennale at the Museo Storico Navale. Her museum exhibitions include Artium-Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo in Spain and Centre Pasquart – Kunsthaus Centre d’Art in Switzerland. Reviews of her exhibitions may be found in Artforum, Flash Art, Miami Herald, The Art Newspaper and various other publications.
Showing November 20th to December 20th, we look forward to seeing you.
Roll & Hill at ICFF and the Noho Design District
Blow, designed by Lindsey Adelman, takes its inspiration from the shape of traditional French wine barrel candelabras where the wooden staves are inverted and mounted to the metal hoops. By exaggerating the scale and orientation of the staves, Blow becomes an asymmetrical cloud-like form with inwardly facing points of light.
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We have a new neighbor!! Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria. The charming setting is just one of the attractions of this new Il Buco addition but what will definitely make you walk in and stay a while are the absolutely delectable specialties such as… house-made salumi and full flavored/full belly dishes like spaghetti alla bottarga; fresh ricotta with roasted beets, white grapefruit and pistachios; and slow-roasted short rib panini with gorgonzola and onion agrodolce. We give a definite stamp of approval and the best news is you can walk there from the Hotel and be there in the shake of a lamb’s tail!! Watch our video tour below…
Well, December just crept up on us! After a sartorially confusing November, it’s finally feeling like winter … and that means the holidays are on their way. If you’re looking for gift-inspiration, NoHo and the East Village are abundant with fabulous stores. Two of our favorite ‘curiosity shops’, John Derian and Partners & Spade, are a stone’s throw from us and are packed full of unique gifts for your nearest and dearest. Follow Laura Cooper Brown’s tour of the stores…