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Roundup May, 2 2014

Where To Go This Weekend | May 2014, Week 1

Once again, it’s about time to pack up and start planning your weekend. This time around we present an array of options from a pop-up market in Nashville to a furniture show in Los Angeles and even an international art show on “weird collages.” See our picks below and have a lovely weekend.

 

 

LOS ANGELES: Gallery All – Naihan Li and Zhoujie Zhang

Gallery All is opening a new gallery space that will host the work of celebrated Chinese designers Naihan Li and Zhoujie Zhang. The gallery’s mission is “to introduce exceptional works of contemporary furniture and showcase the most cutting-edge, experimental design from around the world.” This will be the first American showing for both artists so make sure to stop in for the opening reception on Saturday, May 3.

Gallery All
Bradbury Building
304 S Broadway, Suite 1-A5
Los Angeles, CA 90013

 

NEW YORK: Galerie ABP: Clayton Patterson Pop-up Exhibit

Galerie ABP (short for Au Bon Punk) recently opened a pop-up gallery featuring the works of famous New York artist Clayton Patterson. The exhibit hosts unseen works dug up from the artist’s extensive archive. Look for the large-scale embroidery pieces based off the artist’s original tattoo designs. Learn more here.

Galerie ABP
58 9th Ave.
New York, NY 10011

 

NASHVILLE: Northern Grade Pop-Up

The next stop for Northern Grade’s traveling pop-up is Nashville, Tennessee and it’s the same deal as always — great USA-made goods from independent labels. Look for labels like Knickerbocker MFG co, Chippewa Boots, and Pierrepont Hicks among others. Head here for more info.

Track One Building
1211 4th ave south
Nashville, TN 37210

 

LONDON: Linda Farrow Gallery Store

Specialty British eyewear label Linda Farrow open their first flagship boutique. Look for their in-house unisex line along with special collaborations with brands like Alexander Wang and KRISVANASSCHE.

Linda Farrow Gallery
91 Mount Street
London, W1K 2SU

 

BERLIN: Gallery Weekend

Do not miss Berlin’s Gallery Weekend. This year marks their 10th anniversary, so expect heavy attendance to the over 50-gallery event. Head to Highsnobiety to see our brothers’ favorite picks for the busy weekend.

 

BROOKLYN: International Weird Collage Show

Brooklyn’s Invisible Dog Art Center presents the Inernational Weird Collage Show of –yes — really weird collages. The exhibition covers 32 artists from 10 countries and aims to bring the art of collage out of the depths of obscurity. You can find us here this weekend. Head to The Invisible Dog for more info.

The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11201

 

MILAN: Marc Newson for 10 Corso Como

Head to 10 Corso Como Milan in to see Marc Newson’s Nimrod chairs on exhibition with the boutique’s playful stuffed animals. Also shop some psychedelic looks from Ami, Craig Green, and Paul Smith for the spring. Learn more online.

10 Corso Como
10, 20154 Milan, Italy

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