Chelsea Hotel – part 1
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Winter Wonderland
02.03.14 | No Comments

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Mike Kelley
01.13.14 | No Comments

Here is just one gallery room in the massive and extensive exhibition on artist Mike Kelly at MoMA PS1.

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Alain Lefèvre
12.10.13 | No Comments

This week I had the honor of photographing the French Canadian pianist Alain Lefèvre at Carnegie Hall for the Montréal newspaper La Presse. The image appeared on the front cover of the main and arts section of the newspaper today. He will perform at Carnegie Hall tonight.









Rare Books
11.22.13 | No Comments

Photos from the Rare Books Section at The Strand
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photos by Seze

Xeno & Oaklander
11.14.13 | No Comments

Xeno & Oaklander at 285 Kent Avenue
Thursday November 14, 2013
Photo by Seze

Happy Halloween!
10.31.13 | No Comments

tourist in my own city
08.02.13 | No Comments

Sometimes you just have to take a day off and be a tourist in your own city.  We had Mr. Ties and Atom™  in town to play The Bunker and it was a gorgeous summer day, perfect for playing hooky.  The adventure started out at the Guggenheim Museum which has a James Turrell exhibit on view. I have been a Turrell fan for years but this installation was a bit of a disappointment for me. However this extensive  NY Times article on Turrell is a must read! The real treat of the day was the Kandinsky in Paris, 1934–1944 show that is up at the same time.  After we were refreshed by the gorgeous playful color of these two abstract art exhibits we decided to leisurely walk through Central Park. We had an early dinner at St. Anselm, a steakhouse that has many delicious delights for my pescatarian palette.  Our beautiful day ended with ice cream at Momofuku Milk Bar where we shared cereal milk ice cream and corn cookies.

Our super fun museum day!

Mr. Ties





Central Park boys dancing for tips

Mr. Ties bear love lighter

Momofuko cereal milk ice cream!

Williamsburg Brooklyn sunset

Kiss & Tell is back!
05.20.13 | No Comments

Kiss & Tell: Spring Fling:
Move D [Source, Workshop | Heidelberg]
Bryan Kasenic [The Bunker – Brooklyn]
Bethany [Kiss & Tell – Brooklyn]

Hostess and Photographer Seze
Extra fun added by Deanna

Wednesday May 22
7pm – late
The Panther Room
74 Wythe Avenue (North 12th Street entrance)

Spring is in the air and we’re all feeling a little flirty. The ladies of Kiss & Tell are back with Kiss & Tell resident DJ Bethany, The Bunker’s Bryan Kasenic and Move D!

We will be breaking in The Panther Room, a new Williamsburg venue. We are quite excited to settle into our new home and sip some after work cocktails as we listen to vintage dance music records on a brand spankin’ new Funktion One sound system.

You just might hear: disco, ladies’ choice jams, space oddities, geigh haus!

Dress to impress in your finest floral frocks. Wear flowers in your hair or in your lapel.


More info on the Kiss & Tell site:

Pangaea from Hessle Audio
05.07.13 | No Comments





Thierry Cohen
02.04.13 | No Comments

I love these imaginary cityscapes of New York showing what it would look like without light pollution. See more in this pretty NY Times gallery.

The Bunker: An oral history
01.11.13 | No Comments

Michaelangelo Matos‘ article is finally up on The Resident Advisor site, commemorating ten years of The Bunker’s history. I have been involved in The Bunker for over seven years now, photo documenting most of the events, hosting the party, welcoming artists in our home, and taking care of the flyer design until recently. Needless to say it has been a huge part of my life and also an immense creative outlet.

The Bunker Best of 2006 photos

The Bunker best of 2007 photos

The Bunker best of 2008 photos

The Bunker best of 2009 photos

10.30.12 | No Comments

The day after Hurricane Sandy… a view of Manhattan from Brooklyn, shot today during our walk around the neighborhood. Prayers to everyone who is suffering from this wicked storm.

Kraftwerk’s Radio-Activity at MoMA
04.12.12 | No Comments

Radio-Activity at The Museum of Modern Art, April 11, 2012 in 3D!

The Model

She’s a model and she’s looking good
I’d like to take her home that’s understood
She plays hard to get, she smiles from time to time
It only takes a camera to change her mind

She’s going out tonight but drinking just champagne
And she has been checking nearly all the men
She’s playing her game and you can hear them say
She is looking good, for beauty we will pay

She’s posing for consumer products now and then
For every camera she gives the best she can
I saw her on the cover of a magazine
Now she’s a big success, I want to meet her again

Man Machine






subway ride home

Photos by Seze Devres

Brooklyn Snow Day
12.26.10 | No Comments

I just went for a walk in the first real snow of the season.

photos by Seze

Happy Hanukkah
12.01.10 | No Comments

Artist Kiki Smith and architect Deborah Gans talk about their stained glass window in the Museum at Eldridge Street. Their new design is the culminating piece of the 20-plus-year restoration of this national historic landmark, an 1887 synagogue. Smith and Gans’s design features a celestial motif – illuminated stars in a swirling pattern that evokes the Big Bang.
Listen to the story here

Stained-glass window by artist Kiki Smith and architect Deborah Gans
in the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue
Courtesy Museum at Eldridge Street

Raster Noton at the Bunker tonight
06.05.09 | No Comments

Flyer by Seze Devres

Sometimes it is fun to go to the movies by yourself.
05.30.09 | No Comments

photo by Seze Devres

05.19.09 | No Comments

My dad found an old drink ticket from the 80s NYC club Danceteria and scanned it for me.  I always loved their logo and flyer designs.

front & back

An amazing archive of Danceteria Flyers

Danceteria blog filled with cool videos and memorabilia

Late Night Reruns - Stephanie Chernikowski - 4/09/82

Late Night Reruns - Stephanie Chernikowski - 4/09/82

The luscious girly sounds of Telepathe
04.30.09 | No Comments

Dance Mother, 2009

Brooklyn’s Telepathe is my favorite new band.  Bryan gave me the album this morning and I have been listening to it nonstop all day in the studio and in transit while I was running errands.  They are the perfect combination of synth and indie.  Some of the songs are very Shoegazer-esque, reminding me of the really good Lush songs.  They seem really young, so I hope they keep making more and more gorgeous music.

Download a Telepathe Mix Tape and Lauren Flax’s Telepathe remix here