@A_D_O_NYC 7-8:30pm A/D/O 29 Norman Avenue Brooklyn The past 10 years have seen a proliferation of “cute” furniture and design objects with exaggerated proportions and anatomical associations like big faces, thick legs, and rounded feet.
@MuseumofCityNY 6:30-8:30pm Museum of the City of New York 1220 Fifth Avenue For more than two decades, production artist John Kurdewan worked side by side with the late, great Bill Cunningham, who as a photographer, fashion documentarian, and writer, captured New York’s ever-changing social and sartorial scenes for The New York Times.
@TAXCollection @guyhepner 7-10pm Guy Hepner Gallery 520 West 27th Street Suite 303 The TAX Collection + Guy Hepner present, ‘Look Alive’, a solo exhibition by Sage Barnes.
City of Tomorrow: Real Estate, Architecture & Design Summit at @92Y- Friday March 15th- Saturday March 16th
#CityOfTomorrow 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Avenue “City of Tomorrow” – now in its third year – unites key players and innovators from the worlds of architecture, real estate and interior design for an incomparable two-day symposium with a host of interactive workshops and panel discussions on timely and provocative topics.
Macys Herald Square 151 West 34th Street This Spring, Journey to Paradisios will be cleared for launch, as marvelous celestial blooms await spectators during the annual Macy’s Flower Show.
@BRICbrooklyn 6:30–8:30pm WeWork Dumbo Heights 81 Prospect Street Brooklyn The tension between art and commerce has always been alive and well – and in today’s day and age art and commerce can be so sophisticatedly intertwined it’s hard to sometimes identify them from each other.
6-10pm 222 Bowery The Art Vacancy (TAV) is pleased to present Origins, its first all-women group exhibition, curated by Sáng Huynh.
@OfficialLSB 2pm Samsung 837 837 Washington Street