Eye'Em Closing Party


Concluding a successful and trendsetting exhibition of mobile photographs with high-quality prints and interactive and realtime technologies, we would like to invite you to join us for the closing party of the Berlin-based EYE'EM mobile photography exhibition at Openhouse Gallery, 201 Mulberry st.

Have your photo taken at our professional photo studio setup, and exhibited within moments on our digital displays.

Straight from the German capital, DJs "Not a Nice Guy", Paul, Lorenz maybe, and Björn-out will bring the Berlin party scene to NYC for one evening.

In collaboration with Resource Magazine, we will be raffling off two tickets to Vimeo Video Awards.

All exhibited photographs are for sale.

time: 6pm - 11:30pm on Wednesday, September 29th

www.eyeem.com

J. Sabatino





J. Sabatino debuted his Spring/Summer 2011 collection at Openhouse with fresh flowers, the musical stylings of saxophonist, James Chance, and awesome menswear.

The Scar Project



The Scar Project will debut October 14 at Openhouse. Get your tickets at www.thescarproject.org

Erro New York



Anna Larson's Erro debuts her second collection at Openhouse Gallery. Erro is a dark and glamorous look for fall with an empahsis on texture and craftmanship. We love the cutout tank dresses and lambskin leggings.

Buying an Experience



After a recent article in the New York Times suggested that recession era consumers are more interested in experiences than material goods, Trend Central exposed how retailers are responding to this fad. Nike, Adidas, Sears and others are creating shopping experiences, where consumers can get their hands dirty by testing out everything from running shoes to power tools.

Openhouse is the perfect place to try out your own retail experience - whether you want to build a skate ramp or a movie theater. We're a blank canvas ready for your next idea.

Mark Your Calendar

Eye'em comes to Openhouse this month to showcase the best in mobile photography. Get your iPhone out and start shooting - your photo could be shown at the Eye'em exhibit from September 27-29. Submit your photos here.

Photos from the Eye'em Blog