From Taiwanese-American cuisine to a site-specific sound installation, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, March 22
If shrimp toast–scallion pancakes and crispy deep-fried porklets sound yummy to you, you’ll want to check out this Taiwanese-inspired market.
Tuesday, March 23
Take a stroll through the Brooklyn Botanic Garden while listening to its newest site-specific sound installation, Loved, a meditative piece composed by Michael Gordon and performed by percussionist David Cossin to honor all those we have lost over the past year.
Wednesday, March 24
Now that the Academy Award nominations are out (and movie theaters across the city are reopening!), it’s time to catch up on the latest and greatest in film.
Thursday, March 25
Today marks the opening of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Julie Mehretu exhibition, a midcareer overview of the artist’s paintings dating from 1996 to today.
Friday, March 26
The “Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit New York” is making waves across the city, with excited locals and potential visitors buying tickets early before the show’s opening this summer.
Saturday, March 27
Our love of Taiwanese-American flavors is never-ending, which is why we’re heading to Red Paper Clip ASAP for a bowl of its drunken clams and a plate of turnip cakes.
Sunday, March 28
Visit the Frick Collection’s new location on Madison Avenue, which includes three floors of paintings, sculpture, and decorative art.