For those of you art enthusiasts who are going to be in either Manhattan or the Hamptons for Memorial Day weekend, join us at this super sweet waterfront penthouse in Battery Park City, a block west of Tribeca, for an evening of good vibes and live performance of a grand pianist and jazz musicians, showcasing local and international modern, contemporary and pop artists. Celebrating new work by acclaimed artists Rad Roubeni, Shepard Fairey, Yan Zhen, Eddy Bogaert, David Paul Kay, Naku,Paddy Cohn, among others. A group of artists, architects and musicians welcome you all to experience Art After Dark.

rooftop-pop-up1Where else but Manhattan would an architect collaborate with acclaimed artists for a pop­up art exhibition? At Art After Dark, a select crowd of art connoisseurs will arrive to Ziming Shen’s Manhattan penthouse to celebrate new work by acclaimed artists of an eclectic curation of priceless paintings and sculptures. The event is taking place this upcoming Tuesday night on May 31st 2016 in Shen’s stylist Battery Park City Penthouse. For one night only, attendees will have an intimate viewing of modern and diverse art on display.

The soundtrack ­- a live performance on a baby grand piano and other jazz instruments – to echo throughout the massive apartment. To top it off: the view of the Hudson River provides a gorgeous backdrop for the evening. Join chic New Yorkers explore the one­of­a­kind exhibit, socializing, admiring, and yes, purchasing, the eclectic curation of art. Between the musical performance, the art on the walls, and the exciting scene, it will be a night to remember. Art After Dark is the second of many of these pop-up gallery events, in which most of the art will be sold and the works and talent of acclaimed and upcoming artists will be showcased. A special thanks goes out to everyone involved in planning these events, including the organizers like Jade Hwa and of course to our gracious host, Ziming Shen. I, for one, cannot wait to attend this next upcoming event! Hoping to see y’all there!


About The Author

Sara Nardea is no stranger to the art world, selling her own paintings and curating exhibitions -- from pop art to abstraction and now to art journalism, she is bringing her New York success to the up-and-coming Miami scene. Sara is now a contributing writer and editor at L'Etage Magazine.

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