IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR
A young, buoyant crowd, enlivened by the day’s nonstop art crush, landed on West 53rd Street to let loose at The Armory after-party to benefit The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.
A VIEW FROM A BRIDGE
Basking in a light show of polychrome flowers by Sean Capone, a thumping bass shook the granite floor below.
BACKED BY MOMA DONORS
Yumi Kim and Calvin Tran, both designers, hang on tight.
Von Lintel Gallery artist Mark Sheinkman, glowing and content.
Rona Koifman, political writer, Monica Sordo, fashion editor, Caroline Combs, film director.
Rocky Casale, writer, and Chris Miller, psychotherapist.
Lead singer Hamilton Leithauser of the indie band The Walkmen held court before the backdrop of the sculpture garden with its Tim Burton topiary.
THE BEARDS HAVE IT
Hector Arce-Espasas and Christopher Rivera show up clean-shaven Lehmann Maupin artist Angel Otero.
Investment banker Bilal Mansoor and Mercedes Benz’s Gerald Brown scope out the crowd.
KEEPIN’ IT REAL
Marlborough Gallery collage-artist Michael Anderson puts the squeeze on Ann Lydecker, founder, Metropolitan Art Advisors.
NECKLINES AND BYLINES
David Goodman, artist, Karen Lockhart, artist, Paul W. Morris, General Manager, BOMB magazine.
MoMA retrospective-recipient Chuck Close takes to the dance floor.
A TENDER GOODNIGHT
Bean Standish and Erin O’Mahoney share a private moment in the cast projection of art piece by Ceal Floyer.
TO OBLIVION – AND BEYOND
An insatiable New York art audience stretches out across the night.