Whats New in IC?
Everything you need to know about whats been going on this in IC this May:
The new Mix and Mask program at Hotel 48LEX in Midtown Manhattan invites guests to indulge in the ultimate night in, as each room is equipped with a spa-themed minibar featuring a range of beauty products as well as the ingredients to create craft cocktails.
This scrappy upstart has migrated from its origins on the Lower East Side to the Nu Hotel in Downtown Brooklyn. Founded by the artist Eric Ginsburg, it’s undoubtedly the week’s most dog-friendly fair. Offerings include work from some three dozen artists and galleries, as well as a David Bowie tribute.
The quirky, dog-friendly fair returns for its sixth edition. This year boasts a David Bowie tribute, a screening of a new doc following the life of NYC drag icon Sweetie, a Tonya Harding “Celebrities on Ice” video lounge, 25 paintings of famous TV pets by Eric Ginsburg and much more.
Perhaps the scrappiest of Frieze Week’s fairs, the Fridge Art Fair takes up residence once again at the NU Hotel in downtown Brooklyn, where participating artists will share deliciously and devilishly decadent works inspired by this year’s theme, a dessert-centric tribute to a famous figure skater and a glamorous man from space: “The Tonya’s Tasty Triple Axel Icebox Cake Edition, featuring Ziggy’s Stardust Powdered Donuts.”