Not all of us are lucky enough to have friends gift you with a tree. For the rest of us, speedy-taxi app, Uber, partners with Home Depot, to deliver 8-foot trees to your apartment for $135, today only.
Since we all know that New Yorkers love standing in line for the next big thing, the New York Times shouldn’t be so surprised that people stand in line all day for just 45 seconds in Yayoi Kusama’s bubbly and colorful version of the afterlife at Chelsea’s David Zwirner gallery. Mirrored walls and 75 LED lights enhance the (very trendy) immersive installation, but you can probably manage the same effect by smoking lots of weed.
Starting in Vienna, Lomography has built up a cultish, creative brand of worldwide followers who frown upon digital cameras and instead wind-up plastic hand-held cameras, big and small, that will remind you of being an 80′s kid, at least. Film, camera loans and Saturday classes will help to make you feel like you’re part of the big picture, pun very much intended.
Check out a Russian performance artist leading Bubbles of Hope tomorrow afternoon at the Dumbo Arts Festival. Kicking off today at 6pm, lots of free outdoor and indoor visual art installations and exhibits from over 400 artists will keep you tripping all weekend.