If you didn’t know before that Guggenheim hosts
"Art after Dark" every first Friday of every month, then you should
definitely check it out, if you’re a visitor of NYC or even a Manhattanite.
I concur that every part of it is true: the DJ plays on the main floor, the
lights are half on, the alcohol is flowing and the crowd is not half bad.
Mixed international, city artsy types, young socialites and those that
just enjoy a good party. The fun part is
taking the elevator up to the top floor and taking in the art in their spiral architectural
structure while sipping on your cocktail.
Well, MOMA is now jumping on the band-wagon
and trying to compete in targeting the local modern, young mob that doesn’t
think it’s cool going sightseeing in their home town. They’re too busy and have far too many
lounges and parties to attend to. So
MOMA is now hosting their very own dfa dance party this Saturday, March 1 from 9pm-1am. Their theme is MOMA’s newly undisclosed
exhibit of Color Chart: Reinventing
Color, 1950 to Today, which displays
artists like Andy Warhol and Gerhard Richter, before it’s open to the public. For just $8 you get entrance to a great party
and an art history lesson.