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Spring special at Aloft Harlem, book by April 5 and save at least 20 percent

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Aloft Harlem is having a special offer for those who need a hotel during Spring in New York City-or to be more specific in Manhattan. Guests can save at least 20 percent if they book by April 5!

To take advantage of this special, book online or call 866-716-8143 by this Friday, April 5 and ask for rate plan STARPICKS.  Rates are pre-paid and valid April 4-May 15th, non-refundable and blackout dates may apply.

Don’t miss out on great savings at Aloft Harlem!

ALOFT HARLEM
2296 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York, NY 10027 USA
Phone: (212) 749-4000 Fax: (212) 678-6000
Special Offer Reservations: 866-716-8143

Aloft Harlem Hotel to feature Karl Karni-Bain in solo exhibition

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West Coast mixed media artist Karl Karni-Bain (BAI) will be featured in a solo exhibition for the monthly art exhibition series at the Aloft Harlem Hotel, June 21-July 18. An opening reception for the exhibition will be held on Thursday, June 21, 2012 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public with a cash bar in the hotel lounge.

The exhibition will feature recent painting by the neo-primitive inspired artist that includes work from his mask series and semi-abstract nudes. The exhibition series at Aloft Harlem features an exhibition by a solo artist each month and is located at 2296 Frederick Douglass Blvd, between 123rd and 124th Street in Harlem.

See High Notes, Blue Notes and Honky Tonk Art Exhibition at Aloft Harlem


The Aloft Harlem Hotel features an exhibition of a solo artist each month and that practice continues this month with Charly Palmer’s High Notes, Blue Notes and Honky Tonk Exhibition on view at the Aloft Harlem from February 16-March 14, 2012.

The exhibition features 15 medium-sized paintings of seminal figures who have shaped music history and have inspired the artist, Charly Palmer.

Palmer is known for his interpretation of some of the most respected music icons of our time celebrating the marriage between music and visual art, and the influence both have on each other. Palmer has been the subject of more than twenty solo exhibitions and has been included in numerous group exhibitions in galleries across the United States.