On Saturday I did a little networking. More on that later, hopefully. All I can say is, I am finally getting my ass in gear and out of an office chair. For this I am very grateful and excited. Afterwards, we headed down to the West Village.
Beautiful rays from behind the clouds
Corner Bistro, where we had an early dinner. Their burgers are solid but the buns could be better. Cheap beer too.
Excavator at a construction site
At 3rd Ward gallery in Bushwick, to see my friend Unplate's work. This was my favorite, but the name of the artist escapes me right now. For more photos of the decks being auctioned, check their Flickr set.
On Sunday, we biked to Williamsburg to catch a concert at McCarren Pool but it looked like rain. We decided to bike then ended up at Dumont for a late brunch. We biked home, in some light rain and then watched the first two episodes of Shadow Warrior, an old Japanese TV show from the 70s starring Sonny Chiba. Good good stuff.
Alex posing by art by Os Gemeos, now on view at Deitch