Dinner Gallery (formerly VICTORI + MO) in Chelsea, New York City, is excited to celebrate some new art in 2021. On February 2, 2021, the gallery opened its doors to art patrons who are eager to experience Eric Standley’s newest exhibition: “Songs for the Living.” The show is scheduled to run through March 20th.
Fiji… famous for turquoise waters, beautiful tropical fish, glittering sands, and… pizza? Visit Cloud 9, a unique bar and pizzeria with by far the best view in the South Pacific. Between snorkeling sessions, swim up to the bar or climb aboard the floating pizzeria and enjoy a slice or sip on your favorite cocktails.
The 1990s are long gone, but the global art platform Photential is helping the nostalgia to live on. Starting on February 4, 2021, Photential will proudly introduce a new multi-part art initiative entitled “The Nineties Project.”
In Calhoun, Georgia, tucked away in a grassy valley behind a church, is the Rock Garden. Blink, and you’ll miss it. If you take the time to seek it out, though, you’ll be in for an incredible experience.
Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde is taking the world by storm with his latest art installation, “Grow.” With this new project, Roosegaarde celebrates modern farming practices by highlighting (literally) the plants that nourish people throughout the world.
Looking to spice up your next road trip? Take a drive down Regent, North Dakota’s 32-mile Enchanted Highway. Along this highway, you’ll find massive scrap metal sculptures that depict animals like geese, deer, grasshoppers, and pheasants. There’s also a sculpture of the 26th U.S. President, Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, and another one that features a full family made of tin.
When you first look at the felt work that makes up “The Bourdon Street Chemist” installation, it’s easy to assume that you’re looking at a collection of toys. When you look more closely, though, you’re in for a slightly more adult-themed scene.
The majority of Americans are familiar with Mount Rushmore. What they don’t know is that this almost 80-year-old monument has a very controversial history. Mount Rushmore features 60-foot carvings of four U.S. presidents (George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and Thomas Jefferson) into the mountainside of South Dakota’s Black Hills.
While it has proven to be a launchpad for some of the world’s biggest musical careers, Memphis’s legacy doesn’t stop there. Founded in 1819, the city has been at the forefront of history’s most notable events and movements. Here are ten places to visit for a better look at Memphis and its roots.
HOT•BED, a Philadelphia-based gallery and creative lifestyle space founded in 2017, is excited to announce a new solo exhibition from Adam Wallacavage, AFTER FOREVER.