~THE APARTMENT by The Line . . SOHO, NYC
I was so, so lucky to catch the small screening of the brilliant & game-changing . . JAMES CRUMP feature documentary . . ‘TROUBLEMAKERS: The Story of Land Art’ last week at THE APARTMENT by The Line in Soho, NYC.
the film was so intense and terrific, but so were the surroundings, design being such a close sister to contemporary art, esp in these digital days.
the doorway to THE APARTMENT is on a very posh street, but it had the ironic, and very whimsical feel of a country porch screen door, at least to me. I guess it was the proportions of that large inset window, and that crazy grab handle on the left ?
the fun part was, you immediately step into an elevator & you push the button for floor 3. and, up you go.
THE APARTMENT by The Line, offers ‘curated’ well-styled, minimalist-leaning clothing, within a curated ‘apartment’ setting, of which all the surrounding furniture and accessories, shoes, artwork, books and framed photographs – are also for sale.
you know, the whole NYC lifestyle – at your fingertips.
ABE SCHOENER of the Scholium Project . . . generously provided the wine for the event, and let me tell you – it was DELICIOUS, absolutely some of the best wine I have tasted in a long time. no doubt about it.
winemaker ABE SCHOENER . . of the Scholium Project.
read more about Abe Schoener & his Scholium Project: The Fearless, Risk-loving Winemaker. . NYTimes
and wouldn’t you know, that smooth wood-handled, super luxe dog brush, for only $20 something dollars, showed at my home the very next week, a present from Kate. and, wouldn’t you just know . . . it works like a dream on my shaggy-coated, long-haired, drama-loving ZORA . . #puppylove #AmericanAkita !!
yeah, I named my pup after Zora Neale Hurston, of course. wild, strong, smart. and magic.
PHOTOS: NANCY SMITH