Although this is a day late, on behalf of the JUNQUI , and myself we would like to say Happy Birthday to our Creator and Leader Quiana Parks.
Thank you for the opportunity for writing for the JUNQUI, We love you and adore you. Although we have not reached our highest point yet with the blog, with a creator like you Quiana we will become even bigger and better. So once again from all the writers for this wonderful site and blog and myself we wish you a blessed Happy Birthday week and years to come<3.
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So! You guys know my birthday is this SUNDAY, with that being said I decided to create my top 5 songs that will be played at my party. I hope to see you all there. BTW I definitely have dances prepared for all 5 songs.
Looking for a good book to read? Check out one of my fav book publishers/stores OHWOW. Designed by Rafael de Cardenas, the store has a new swag and combines both a store front and reading room. A must check out on your next NYC trip.
OHWOW Book Club Store
227 Waverly Place
between Perry St & W 11St
New York City
A JUNQUI HOT PICK:
ROSSON CROW BOWERY BOYS
Rosson is a history painter, or rather a very exciting update to a history painter. She is a “site specific painter” in the sense that she travels to and often lives for an extended time in the city she plans to make an exhibition in. For Bowery Boys Rosson lived in the city for six months, researching the 1880s Bowery scene, the 1980s downtown scene, and today’s artists connection to and deviation from those precedents, in search of what makes right now so unique.
Rosson seeks to explore how “bad boys”—or lets say renegade illegal activity of either gender I suppose—have shaped the cultural history of New York, and also how the idea of “the bad boy” influences both the recent and current art scene as it gets made into art history. How has the spirit of illegality and rebellious youth shaped our experience of the city today? Gangs, graffiti, gays, drugs and illicit sex are part of the city’s spirit, the vitality of the streets, but also form a big part of the art world today. How has the New Yorker’s love for this spirit shaped recent art history and influenced the young practitioners of its tradition?- excerpt from Bowery Flash by Kathy Grayson
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