Check out our top picks on instagrammable weekend activities courtesy of GuestofaGuest.com, read the full list here!
“Camp: Notes on Fashion”
You may have missed the Met Gala, but it was all leading up to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new exhibition. Inspired by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp,'” the stylish display features more than 250 objects dating back to the 17th century. Be one of the first to get this on your feed this weekend!
When: May 9 – September 8
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave
[Photo via @metmuseum]
“Still Life (In My Head)”
Artist Jojo Anavim is a modern day Warhol, blurring the lines between mass consumerism and fine art. His second solo exhibition boats a new collection of 18 colorful large-format paintings you can’t miss.
When: May 10 – May 14 (closed Saturday)
287 Gallery, 287 10th Ave.
[Photo via @jojoanavim]
Paige Powell at Gucci Wooster
Photographer Paige Powell has unveiled a disco-inspired photo room inside the Gucci Wooster store, covered in nightlife shots from the 1970s and ’80s. It’s a recreation of her famed 1984 photo exhibition at the East Village Art Bar.
When: Through May 17
Gucci, 63 Wooster St.
[Photo via @thecuriouseyes]
Carine Roitfeld Parfums Pop-Up
Waited until the very last minute to pick mom up a gift? Carine Roitfeld has your back. The fashion icon has just launched 7 genderless fragrances (so you can get a head start on Father’s Day, too) at her stylish new pop-up in Soho. It’s a seriously chic (and Insta-worthy) shopping experience.
When: Through May 12
Carine Roitfeld Parfums Pop-Up, 158 Mercer St.
Unveiled this week at the Cooper Hewitt design museum, Curiosity Cloud is an otherworldly installation by Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler featuring glass bulbs with handmade insects inside. When you go near them, a thermal sensor sends them fluttering.
When: May 10 – January 20
Cooper Hewitt, 2 E 91st St.
[Photo via @fomofeed]