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New York. Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! The futuristic-looking Little Island park, set upon massive pylons in the Hudson River, is now open. If you want to go between noon at 10pm, high-traffic times, you'll need to reserve a free entry on its website first.
The new space is open until 1am daily, so there will be plenty of time to check it out, according to reps. Once visitors walk through the vaulted opening of Little Island, they walk into an open lawn and get a degree view of the park, where they see a gradient of colors and plantings that change as the elevation changes, from shrubs and vines to foot trees. Once at the top, parkgoers will get incredible views of Manhattan, the river and across to New Jersey. There are also three main lawns that visitors can sunbathe on and a secret garden full of only white blooms—from birch trees and crepe myrtles to roses and anemones that you can get to by walking through an arched trellis.
Collective Governors Island is a luxury glamping retreat on the west side of the island with sweeping views of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. The retreat was open last summer and provided a rare, in-city escape for New Yorkers during that summer of outdoor social distancing. The six-acre retreat, which is reachable via private water taxi for guests, has added a slew of new offerings for the season to complement the yoga and pilates offered last year.
Two new culinary experiences will be available to guests looking to get up-close-and-personal with some seafood. Refreshing agave-based spirits and tasty tacos are now being served onboard a three-story boat in the Hudson River. La Barca Cantina, the only Mexican restaurant on a boat in NYC, has reopened to the public with a summer street food-inspired menu that'll get the party started for you and your friends.
Based at Pier 81, next to its sister-restaurant North River Lobster Company, La Barca spans three levels with an expansive outdoor top deck with a bar and table seating, a bi-level interior space with two bars, table seating and booth-like tables—perfect for large groups. Even better, it takes short cruises multiple times per day, five days a week, offering up sweeping views of the NYC skyline.
It's a must to reserve a table for cocktails at sunset. You cruise around the island, going due south, to the live jazz sounds of the Boat Band , led by Michael McGarril on the starboard side and pass the west side of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. Sunday won't be offered in June, however. Departure times depend on the sunset time, but are generally either at pm or 7pm, with an occasional 6pm:. For this trip, the live jazz sail leaves at pm for a two-hour jaunt down to the tip of Manhattan on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The 1.
You can reserve your trip at classicharborline. The immersive exhibit showcases five series Hajjaj developed over three decades that captures popular culture, street style, hip-hop and haute couture—all of which challenges the viewer through an eclectic confrontation of styles, and invites them to re-examine cultural stereotypes and cliches, Fotografiska says.
Hajjaj asked local women to pose wearing his creations traditional Moroccan djellabas, hijabs, caftans and babouches covered with candy-colored polka dots, leopard prints or counterfeit brand logos in the streets of the Medina, often parodying the poses typical of Western models. Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar, Casa del Toro is bringing back its live aerialist performances on weekends starting at p.
Diners watch the mesmerizing movements of Eliana Wenick, a lauded NYC-based aerialist, while enjoying their dishes. Wenick will perform 3 live sets on both Friday and Saturday nights. El Museo del Barrio is doing its first-ever, national survey of Latinx contemporary art featuring more than 40 artists from across the U. Temkin, along with New York-based and former S Files artist Elia Alba as guest curator, the exhibition explores how identity and structural racism, migration, displacement, climate and ecological justice are all addressed in the context of the pandemic, as it relates to Latinx populations.
Each night of the week features a different film, starting at 8pm. Of course, there's a concession stand to get your bucket of popcorn for the show. No car? No worries: Bicycles and foot traffic are welcome, too, and Skyline plans to provide outdoor seating soon. Sound good?
You can find more information on tickets and showtimes here. For those of you who don't know, the game dates back to ancient Rome and is popular in France. It's often the game played on the streets during Bastille Day. You can reserve a court on a first-come, first-served basis or ahead of time here. Carreau Club will also coordinate a league beginning in May, players can up here.
After standing tall for years, the Statue of Liberty is due for a rest—at least, according to artist Zaq Landsberg. Landsberg just erected his own foot-long Statue of Liberty in Morningside Park that lies in the grass—her hand supports her crowned head with a face that looks both peaceful and pained. Honestly, we get it. Lady Liberty is striking a pose we all can identify with right now. According to Landsberg, the sculpture, which is finished with copper paint and an oxidizing acid to mimic the real statue, takes the pose of the giant reclining Buddha statues in Asia.
By merging the two symbols together, it forces the viewer to reconsider what the Statue of Liberty represents, which is what many of us have had to do this past year. The New-York Historical Society has a new exhibit that coincides with the 80th anniversary of the United Service Organizations USO that shows off artifacts a World War II-era aircraft fragment, mess kit, and other relics engraved to Hope , films, and rare photographs to illustrate how Bob Hope helped lift spirits with his USO and radio shows during a dark time in American history.
His legacy will be brought to life with many items, including costumes from the Emmy Award-winning series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, as well as objects related to other comedians—real and imagined—influenced by Hope. Bushwick's Syndicated , known for being a one-stop shop for great food and films, is finally screening movies again—outside. The Brooklyn hangout screens movies beginning around 8pm each night depending on the weather.
The Frick Collection is starting a new chapter after 85 gorgeous years at its 1 East 70th Street mansion. This new stint will last two years, and while the Brutalist building by Marcel Breuer is a huge departure from the Gilded Age mansion, the space is offering a much different and rare look at the collection, according to museum officials. Unlike at the Frick Mansion, the Breuer building is a clean slate—stark in contrast, which actually helps to attract the viewer's attention to individual works. Eyes aren't busy looking at ornate furniture here. It's all about seeing the smaller details in the artwork that you might have overlooked at the mansion.
Celebrated Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's expansive exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden with outdoor installations across the garden's acre landscape is on now. Four of the projects will be making their NYC debut, the most exciting of which will surely be Infinity Mirrored Room—Illusion Inside the Heart , which will be housed in a cube-shaped structure located out in the open.
Featuring mirrored sides, the exterior of the piece will reflect the changing skies while the interior will glow with a seemingly endless array of colored lights. To avoid long lines, timed tickets will be issued to get in. Also on view are two new outdoor monumental sculptures, the self-explanatory Dancing Pumpkin and a foot high biomorphic form featuring a polka-dotted face called I Want to Fly to the Universe.
Through these, t he exhibition introduces the central teachings of Tibetan Buddhism as visitors "progress through 10 milestones on the journey from the chaos of ordinary life to the awakened states of awareness. The New York Aquarium 's new "Spineless" exhibit about the world of invertebrates including octopuses, squid, sea anemones, jellyfish, and other sea animals that lack backbones is on now.
More than 20 species of animals including squid, cuttlefish, lobsters, crabs, sea anemones, sponges are on view. That's right, the beloved Sesame Street character with feathers and a beak features prominently in the artwork by Alex Da Corte. Dubbed As Long as the Sun Lasts, the commission stands 26 feet tall and seems to balance Big Bird, who is sitting on the moon holding a ladder, on one side and a modern mobile on the other.
The sculpture is kinetic, meaning it moves with the wind. The artwork is simply sublime because it spotlights the wholesome innocence of our favorite feathered friend in a fun, creative way—on top of the most iconic and revered art museum in New York City. Brighter Days is a series of six sculptures by Melvin Edwards created from to and one in —each one incorporates some form of chain. Sitting in City Hall Park, historical associations are made to slavery and violence.
City Park Hall was once the site of the African Burial Ground, a colonial-era cemetery for enslaved and freed individuals of African descent. More recently it became a geographic center of Black Lives Matter protests with the occupation of City Hall. Brighter Days affirms Edwards' optimistic view of our shared future. The gallery will showcase work at 1 Fulton Street and adjacent buildings at the Seaport but also at an indoor space at 27 Fulton St. Fever-Tree just reopened its Porch at Bryant Park.
Head over to take in views of the park from the porch with a Spritz-style and highball cocktail in hand. It's open daily from noon to 8 or 9pm. The airy courtyards in the former warehouse space, which is located on the waterfront in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, is now home to a kiosk selling beer, wine and bottled cocktails with sandwiches from M. There are four courts where you can hold a drink in one hand while tossing a stainless steel ball in the other. Beloved and inclusive venue, Nowadays, is abiding by the current standards and bringing back its sprawling backyard to the public.
Nowadays is like a massive backyard barbecue in Ridgewood, Queens. They're also running an outdoor film series on Tuesday and Wednesdays. Chances are you'll be cycling around more than usual. Therefore, we declare summer The Summer of Cycling.
Time Out New York. Get us in your inbox up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city and beyond. We already have this . Try another? My My Profile out. My . . The South Street Seaport Museum will open the tall ship Wavertree to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through with timed entry, from 11am-5pm at Pier Entry is free and includes access to the ship's outdoor areas, including the main deck and raised rear deck.
Visits will be self-guided along a set route and limited to 35 masked people at a time. The museum will also have a new, free outdoor exhibit on Pier 16 that will celebrate the people of all backgrounds who lived and worked in the South Street Seaport Historic District, and the many businesses that created the foundations for New York to thrive and become the business and culture mecca it is today. Using historic photographs, prints, lithographs, and paintings, the exhibition highlights some of the Seaport Museum's collection of more than 28, artifacts and works of art, and over 55, historic records.
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