Off the Tokyo-New York express, 'New York Art Beat' just launched

I often mention Tokyo Art Beat in my Tokyo Thursdays.
Well I found out last week that they were launching in New York.

The big apple site, New York Art Beat, actually went live on April 25th.
Olivier Thereaux, a fellow French expat introduced NY Art Beat in Newborn for New York on launch day.

Of their first offerings, Country Love showcasing Pia Dehne's take on Country Life (remember Roxy Music) caught my eye.
Her work is on exhibit at the Bespoke Gallery in Chelsea.

Even their ads lead to interesting things such as (for me) the Sepia/ Alkazi Collection. I have a keen interest in photography.

Bonne chance NY Art Beat

Related: In 'Japanamerica', Roland Kelts rides the New York-Tokyo Express

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