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.
My favorite part was watching the large storefront open and close, revealing the scene inside and with the tables and vendors at the park popping up.
The theme of the windows is “The Greatest Showman” as a cross-promotion for the upcoming movie on P.T. Barnum. The windows recreate scenes and costumes from the movie, and use 7,600,000 Swarovski crystals.
Haas for the Holidays
The Eldridge Street Synagogue was built in 1887 in New York’s Lower East Side. By the 1950’s, the sanctuary had fallen into disrepair and was cordoned off, with the congregation then using the basement area. In 1986, a non-profit foundation started to restore it. It is now a museum, with some occasional religious services in … Continue reading Eldridge Street Museum