Bohemian City NYC
presented by ACCESS HAMPTONS by MAGO & MARSIN Co-host ALEX LERNER Guest Curator EIMAN AZIZ
Inside access in to the event. Take a closer look at the art installations, meet the artists, and explore the space.
in collaboration with
MAGO & MARSIN
Co-host ALEX LERNER
Guest Curator EIMAN AZIZ
ART INSTALLATIONS. PERFORMING ARTS.
Bohemian City NEW YORK 2020 featured a MAGO retrospective, including a worldly collective of artists such as Robert Mojo, Adam Umbach, Sara DiOrazio,
Anthony Buscaino, Marsin Mogielski, Rose Hartman,
Gregory Petan, UnCasso, Juan Reverberi, and Christian Gonda.
Returning to the art world with new values influenced by contemporary Nomadic Art.
An immersive event capturing deconstructed futurism,
completed with neon and industrial inspirations.
Transporting guests through a mysterious passage into an elusive installation representing the impact of Technology and the Sexual Revolution while avoiding the Utopian Tendencies of earlier Science Fiction.
In celebration of Women's Month, and the importance of women's voices and the arts. The creative women's panel was hosted by Alex Lerner, and featured strong and inspirational women such as
Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, Margo Manhattan, Luciana Pamaplone, Diane Petan, and Eiman Aziz.
The Pop-up Gallery
Explore the art installations and the layout of Bohemian City NYC.
Bohemian City NYC by Access Hamptons
features the work of 12 impressive and unique artists.
Torn cardboard, wire, pipes, and sticks are used to create bold and graphic element influences from Chinese brush strokes, graininess of print making, and etchings styling. Crude graffiti techniques, tagging, repetitive silk screening indicate an over sensory of visuals in our urban environment as a propaganda and street art cred against the commercial invasion.
Anonymous Street Artist
Founder of the famous “Protect Yo Heart” piece found in major cities all across the nation. Creating masterpieces through experiences, observation, and reflection, they speak to the hearts of strangers in the midst of day-to-day city chaos. Anonymous street artist, UnCasso, has his arms are tattooed with the works of Banksy, Dali, and Basquiat — fellow artists who have shared the same mindset as his — of creating art that is changing the world.
Mojo combines industrial materials with found objects to create his kinetic, abstract and realist sculptures. Robert’s work is in private and corporate collections throughout the Hamptons and the US. His kinetic installations ‘Tipping Point XIX’ and ‘Synopsis’ are on loan to Ken Schwenk and Ray Wellen of the Green Thumb at Hayground respectively and are considered well-known and much-loved Hampton landmarks.
Juan Cruz broadened his artistic methodologies and ability to express his art and design through Earth-friendly technologies and ultimately an evolving passion for nature. Juan Cruz’s paintings often inspire questions. Complex geometry and rich textures intrigue viewers who are often surprised to learn that the Paintings are in fact both imaginary abstract worlds and human spaces, often filled with water and constantly with an architectural reminiscent.
Brilliant light, color and space define Umbach’s work. Differing from geographical landscapes to expressionistic backgrounds, the work maintains a minimalist aesthetic. By using recognizable imagery, these color fields provide a glimpse into the artist’s life.
Her vision as a Photographer, Art Director and Concept Artist has been invaluable to a wide array of global companies from GoldenEye Spa to Oil of Olay. On assignment throughout the world, Pampalone has been trusted with securing branding images for advertising agencies, travel agencies, bridal companies and cosmetic companies.
Coming from tv and commercial production in Hollywood, Christian left his career in the industry to pursue his passions in visual arts. Self-taught in drawing and painting, he followed his vision and belief in finding knowledge without the environment an academy could provide has independently developed his creative thinking and style. His admiration for ‘chiaroscuro’ embraces his subjects beauty and emotion as if a camera has taken a photograph to capture its gesture. Inspired by great masters such as John Singer Sargent, Albrecht Dürer and Caravaggio. His favorite art movements are Romanticism, Abstraction, Street Art and infinitely curious about our sublime universe.