PEAK SEASON
a chelsea gallery tour

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An exhibition by the artist who painted Michelle Obama's portrait, new work by Brazilian art star Vik Muniz + a fresh look at Calder in Pace's new gallery

VIK MUNIZ : It was only after moving to the US in 1983 that Brazilian artist Vik Muniz was able to physically see the art he had known through reproductions in Brazil. these two distinct experiences has become the core of a multi-faceted oeuvre spanning the course of three decades. 

CALDER: A major exhibition in Pace gallery's new space, tracing the breadth of Calder’s innovations leading up to his conception of the mobile in 1931—a kinetic sculpture that radically altered the trajectory of modern art. The exhibition captures his relentless pursuit of the vitality and life force in art.

When: Wednesday, October 16th & Thursday October 17th
Where: Hauser and Wirth, 548 West 22nd Street
Time: 11am - 12.45pm
Register: $58/person. Click here to purchase tickets + for special offers.
Discounts for new customers + existing customers who bring a new friend on the tour

Purchase your tickets on the Fall Schedule Page

DIRECTIONS


Drive/ Ride Share to: 212 Norman Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222. Street Parking

Subway: G Train to Nassau Avenue, Brooklyn. 9 min walk to 212R Norman Avenue, across the street from Syrena Bakery.

LUNCH RECS

LITTLE DOKEBI
85 Driggs Ave ""Located next to historic Greenpoint's McGlorick Park. Offering traditional Korean dishes made from scratch

LE SAUVAGE  
905 Lorimer St, "It feels like a newer version of one of the bistros you see on every corner in Paris."

LE FOND 
105 Norman Ave: "Seasonal French fare in cozy surrounds with wood communal tables & a small bar area. The chef graduated from Le Cordon Bleu and did his internship in France’s Loire Valley at Michelin- starred La Roche Le Roy." 

GOOO MOVE  TACOS & MEZCAL
167 Nassau Avenue: "Serving tacos nightly along with weekend brunch.  With intentional flavors and international flair."

HUNGRY
77 Norman Avenue: "Neighborhood restaurant with a menu ranging across Asian cuisine, from Thailand to China."