See our previous and upcoming exhibits and events below!
Featuring over 15 artists and a dance party playlist made of almost exclusively Venga Boys and Enya remixes, for one month at the Resorts World Casino in Queens in May 2019, Showgirls lived again.
This series by Laura Collins explored the front row behavior of Anna Wintour. In a narrow gallery on the Lower East Side you had the opportunity to walk the cat walk (made of cat pictures) and hung low on either side of you were life size oil paintings, hung low, of Anna Wintour, judging you. Models only!
Anatomy of an Icon: 15 Season’s of Grey’s
In September 2018 we teamed up with ABC and Popsugar to bring a collection of art and installation to West Hollywood that allowed fans to step into the most unforgettable moments of Grey’s Anatomy.
David’s Dead: A Celebration of Tiffany Pollard
We wanted to curate an exhibit celebrating the one truth we can all agree on; Tiffany Pollard (meme queen, founder of reality tv, trailblazing performance artist) invented the internet.
Yama Kippi Yay Bo: A Celebration of Kim Cattrall
In 2016 we wanted to pay homage to icon of scat poetry, Kim Cattrall. We built the exhibit out how we thought her pied a terre might look and invited guests to wipe their feet, get a reading from our Kim Cattrall tarot deck and then sit in Kim’s chair and warm themselves in her glow. Kim recently commented on it;
“In Brooklyn in New York they had this opening, some artist she had made some kind of painting to the music of it and the scatting,” she said, “it was very odd!”
The Olsen Twins Hiding From the Paparazzi
In 2016 we rented an abandoned doctors office to showcase this series by Laura Collins. Installations included a two way mirror, paparazzi hiding behind leaves, a sanctuary featuring aura paintings, a Lisa Vanderpump confessional stump, a recreation of Mary Kate’s wedding including gold leaf cigarettes and more.
The Tonya Harding Nancy Kerrigan 1994 Museum
In 2015 we watched the Netflix documentary, The Price of Gold and then decided to turn the hallway of our apartment into a museum celebrating the athletes behind the scandal. We asked America to send us art and artifacts and then come visit our third floor walk up.