The famed Japanese avant-garde sculptor and painter, Yayoi Kusama is coming back around again to debut new infinity rooms next month in New York.
The show will open on 02 November and take place at three separate David Zwirner locations: downtown, Chelsea and the Upper East Side. There will be two new Infinity Mirror Rooms and of course the artist’s signature polka dots. Expect lots of colourful lights downtown, cool stainless steel orbs in Chelsea and a lovely painting series uptown. Get ready to queue up and enjoy the art and Instagram mania.
Lovely lighting paired with spirited, shaken, stirred and sharp cocktails allow young twentysomethings to sip away and discuss affairs to alternative music in the background. Early evening is the best to arrive for seating in East Village.
2. Attaboy – 134 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002 $$$
Hidden with that speakeasy style with candles and cocktails. Creative mixologists keep the surprise alive all night making your every desire come true on the Lower East Side.
The Meatpacking District is always buzzing and this candy crazed venue has everything to offer from candy canes, rainbow swirls, Swedish Fish to chocolate treats accompanied by massive cocktails. Think vibrant colors or pink and girls night out. Make a reservation and dress appropriately.
If you are more refined and prefer a glass of wine, this is the place for you. Cozy up in an intimate corner or people watch as the locals rush through Chelsea Market. Either way, you’re going to love this place for a nice glass, a wine tasting, a wine workshop or even a wine education session. Expand your wine knowledge tonight on the West Side.
Saving the best for last. Ralph Lauren’s sophisticated bar has a beautiful decor with a jazzy vibe to create the ambience for that opulent patron in Midtown. Definitely make a reservation for guaranteed entry.
These are perfect options to end the weekend in different parts of the city.
May is going to celebrate this fabolous horticultural event, exciting times ahead.
The annual exhibition will be organized by landscape and garden designer, Sarah Eberle in the Fresh Garden section. Also, Gucci creative director, Frida Giannini is thrilled to be apart of this preparing as Flora was the very first iconic design motif. The logo has since been used on accessories, bags, dresses, fragrances and scarves.
This will be a way to relive and reinvent the motif in a modern state for public interpretation. Artisanship and creativity from Gucci will be represented throughout the process linking art and fashion as a form of visual communication.
Gucci’s Flora Garden will include a debut of its Flora print Lady Lock bag. The limited edition piece will be released exclusively at the Sloane Street boutique for the duration of the show from 20 May to 24 May 2014.