Three Color-Fueled Pop-Up Exhibits in NYC: Part 1: Color Factory

Eight female torso-shaped glass perfume bottles lined up in a row.

In 2017, Yayoi Kusama’s NYC exhibition, Festival of Life, sparked an Instagram frenzy. Her utopia of polka-dotted rooms and infinity mirrors provided perfect photo backdrops, proven by the endless barrage of Insta-selfies. This year, there’s a flood of interactive pop-up… Read moreThree Color-Fueled Pop-Up Exhibits in NYC: Part 1: Color Factory

Three Color-Fueled Pop-Up Exhibits in NYC: Part 2: Candytopia

In 2017, Yayoi Kusama’s NYC exhibition, Festival of Life, sparked an Instagram frenzy. Her utopia of polka-dotted rooms and infinity mirrors provided perfect photo backdrops, proven by the endless barrage of Insta-selfies. This year, there’s a flood of interactive pop-up… Read moreThree Color-Fueled Pop-Up Exhibits in NYC: Part 2: Candytopia

Three Color-Fueled Pop-Up Exhibits in NYC: Part 3: Dream Machine

In 2017, Yayoi Kusama’s NYC exhibition, Festival of Life, sparked an Instagram frenzy. Her utopia of polka-dotted rooms and infinity mirrors provided perfect photo backdrops, proven by the endless barrage of Insta-selfies. This year, there’s a flood of interactive pop-up… Read moreThree Color-Fueled Pop-Up Exhibits in NYC: Part 3: Dream Machine

From the Four Corners to the Street Corners: How I Landed in New York City

I moved to my Upper Manhattan neighborhood in 2009, but the idea to come here was planted three years before that. It was 2006 and I was celebrating the end of my school year in Turkey on a Blue Cruise—a… Read moreFrom the Four Corners to the Street Corners: How I Landed in New York City