Tulips at Brookfield Place, and views of New Jersey from the adjoining Hudson Riverwalk.
Banksy mural in the Bowery, to bring attention to the imprisonment of Zehra Dogan, a Turkish artist and journalist who is imprisoned for creating a painting depicting the destruction of the city of Nusaybin. The marks on the mural represent the number of days that Dogan has been imprisoned.
At the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Going to see the NYC Ballet, raining at Lincoln Center, April 28th.
Doug Aitken: New Era, at 303 Gallery, a video installation about the origin of the mobile phone and the creator Marvin Cooper.
Roosevelt Island during cherry blossom season.
Downton Abbey exhibit in New York – kind of cheesy and kind of interesting:
The Louis Vuitton exhibit Volez, Voguez, Voyagez at the old American Stock Exchange building tells the story of travel and adventure through the history of Louis Vuitton trunks. I especially liked the trunks fitted for reading and writing.
Yahoo Kusuma’s large paintings from her My Eternal Soul series, and flower sculptures, at David Zwirner Gallery in Chelsea.
Flatiron Reflections, a public art installation by Future Expansion.