From an anticipated exhibit to a hot pop-up, here’s what has New Yorkers buzzing this month.
Pictured in New York Chic, artwork covers the walls at Charlotte Kidd’s studio in Red Hooks, Brooklyn.
Luxury publisher Assouline debuted a pop-up in the Meatpacking District, offering its beloved tomes in a space that emobides the brand’s chic ethos. The latest must-have? New York Chic by photographer Oliver Pilcher and author Armand Limnander, which captures the city’s essence via insights from locals like fashion designer Zaldy Goco and artist Françoise Gilot. Pop-up through December, 68 Gansevoort St. –AL
Pablo Picasso, “Three Women at the Spring. Fontainebleau” (summer 1921)
As part of the international “Picasso Celebration 1973-2023,” MoMA presents Picasso in Fontainebleau, showcasing works such as “Three Women at the Spring” and “Three Musicians.” The exhibit delves into the artist’s stay in Fontainebleau, France during the summer of 1921, and challenges conventional notions of artistic evolution. Oct. 8-Feb. 17, 11 W. 53 St. –AL
Inspired by rare antiques, artifacts and ancient heirlooms housed in the MET’s collections, luxury textile brand Scalamandré offers the opportunity to bring museum magic home with its new collab in partnership with the museum. Highlights include the Saxony Scroll wallcovering with detailed patterns and the Knight wallcovering, which resembles the intricate metalwork found in 14th century suits of armor. –KS