Who is Hardy Brooklyn?

Born and raised in Brooklyn and Nassau County (Long Island), Hardy was the black-sheep of his community. He was stifled by this conservative environment and society’s expectations for many years. He was able to rise above it and became successful in many different industries. For example, he built a successful tech company, worked in kosher foods, worked in event planning and large scale festivals and started a business development consultant company. Yet throughout his successes, he still felt like there was something still missing, something larger…

Special Event March 31!

I'll be performing a guerilla tribute to the art of Andy Warhol at the Whitney Museum on March 31, the closing day of the museum's popular Warhol exhibition. Artists will paint me in a Warhol-inspired design at a private studio near Penn Station. From...

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Save the date!!

An exciting new Hardy Brooklyn artist collaboration event is in the works for the last weekend in March! (Exact date and time TBD.) Keep that weekend open and stay tuned for more news - coming soon. If you're interested in helping out or...

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Enter the contest

Hardy Brooklyn is running a contest for a free appearance at your event. Enter today for your chance to win an interactive live body painting activity designed for you at your party in spring 2019.  ...

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Hardy Heads Back to Burning Man

Hardy Brooklyn will be camping with Tribal Tendencies at 5:15 and Icarus. He's looking forward to seeing amazing art, meeting old friends, and making new connections and friends and learning more about himself. The theme this year is Metamorphosis. Hardy Brooklyn...

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A Fun Summer Photo Shoot

Hardy Brooklyn was excited to work with Clecio Lira on his fun project On My Pool. (Hardy's the one in the orange socks.) Clecio is a Brazilian-born artist and photographer who lives in New York City. His work has been exhibited his work in numerous galleries and...

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The 25 Works That Define the Contemporary Age

In June, The New York Times Style Magazine gathered a panel of prominent art-world folks for an interesting exercise: come up with a list of the most essential artworks made after 1970. The panel included the Whitney Museum of American Art’s David Breslin, the artist...

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Stay Tuned for Hardy’s New Podcast

Hardy will soon be on the radio/TV. He is working with a number of other professionals to perfect and release a brand new podcast, "The Free and Open Mind." Hardy is partnering with Tina Tassels as co-host. Tina is also a performer and business expert. In...

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The treasures inside Notre Dame

The treasures inside Notre Dame, a repository of European history, included priceless relics, works of art, statuary, paintings, woodwork, and decoration. (Bloomberg)

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A Sketch of New York

Hardy continued his performance art endeavors with three live performances in “A Sketch of New York.

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Bringing Warhol’s Art to Life

Hardy has been very busy this past month. We had an amazing special event at the Whitney Museum of American Art on the final day of its brilliant exhibition, "Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again." Hardy was painted in a tribute to Warhol's art by artist Marli...

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