Gala season has begun folks, and we want to make sure that you don’t miss any of them. From The Kitchen Spring Gala and Public Art Fund Spring Benefit to the opening of The Hugo Prize 2016 Winner Exhibition, get those party pants ready.


April 17th

Event: The Kitchen Spring Gala Honoring John Cale and Lawrence Weiner / Ticket

Photo // courtesy of The Kitchen

Join The Kitchen’s Spring Gala for an evening of dance, performances, food, and drinks. 6:00 pm Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres with a special tequila tasting by Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco. Dinner will be at 7:00 pm with performances by Joan as Police Woman and Jonathan Richman. 9:00 pm to 12:00 am Concert and After-Party with drinks and dancing performance by Yemen Blues with Ravid Kahalani.

The Manhattan Center’s Hammerstein Ballroom 311 West 34th Street, NYC



April 18th

Event: SculptureCenter Lucky Draw / Ticket

Photo // courtesy of SculptureCenter

Lucky Draw is a one of a kind art raffle that guarantees that each and every ticket holder goes home with a work of art! This fast-paced one-night event offers first-time and seasoned collectors access to artworks by top emerging and established talent and funds raised support SculptureCenter’s ambitious programming.

SculptureCenter 44-19 Purves St, Long Island City, NY 11101



April 20th

Event: Public Art Fund Benefit and Auction / Tickets

Photo // courtesy of Public Art Fund Facebook Page

Public Art Fund will collaborate with a fantastic group of artists to bring indoors the sense of imagination and inspiration that defines Public Art Fund’s outdoor exhibitions, and will also include cocktails, dinner, signature silent auction, and an after-party.

Metropolitan West 639 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036



April 21st

Opening: The Hugo Boss Prize 2016: Anicka Yi, “Life Is Cheap” at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Photo // courtesy of Raymond Meier / Guggenheim Museum

From April 21 to July 5, 2017, an exhibition of new works by artist Anicka Yi, winner of the 2016 Hugo Boss Prize, will be on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Through concepts and techniques drawn from scientific research, Anicka Yi’s installations create vivid fictional scenarios that ask incisive questions about human psychology and the workings of society.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 1071 5th Ave., New York, NY 10128



April 22nd

Opening: Francesco Simeti “Swell” at Open Source Gallery

Photo // courtesy of Francesco Simeti “Swell”

Francesco Simeti presents “Swell,” a theatrical installation at Open Source Gallery that explores human impact on the environment. In “Swell,” Simeti transforms appropriated images from Brooklyn waterways, such as the Gowanus Canal, into a motorized, sculptural installation in which the public can contemplate the consequences of human activity on our surrounding. Opening reception starts at 7 pm.

Open Source Gallery, 306 17th street, Brooklyn, NY 11215


top image // courtesy of Public Art Fund