From giant billboards to building walls to jackets, shoes, and accessories, it's not hard to spot Curtis Kulig's iconic “Love Me” motif all over New York City. But when he's not inspiring others with his work, chances are you can find the artist at galleries from the Upper East Side to SoHo. See his go-to spots here.
1. Pace Gallery, 32 E 57th St.
I will definitely be there to see the Jean Dubuffet drawings on exhibit from Sept 10th to late October
2. Paul Kasmin Gallery, 293 10th Ave.
I love Paul's taste. The exhibits are always incredible and the shop is the perfect place to find a one of a kind gift.
3. David Zwirner Gallery, 525 W 19th St.
Philip-Lorca diCorcia is on exhibit there now and each print is like watching an entire movie in a single still.
4. Canada, 333 Broome St.
Joanna Malinowska is showing there this month. It's a great downtown gallery right on Broome.
5. Peter Makebish, various
Peter is a wonderful human and a great curator with an excitement that's contagious.
6. The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, 1000 5th Ave.
I did a project with them for their Young Member's Party and got to do a full tour on a day the museum was closed... amazing to say the least.
7. The Museum of Modern Art, 11 W 53rd St.
Everyone goes to see exhibits, but I love to spend time in the garden and now I heard they're making it free to go in the morning.
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