Lisa Perry

Photo by Juliana Sohn.
Courtesy of Lisa Perry.

Dean Fleming (American, born 1933)
Snap Roll, 1965
Acrylic on canvas
653/4 × 995/8 in. (167 × 253.1 cm)
Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin,
Gift of Mari and James A.Michener, 1968 
© Dean Fleming
Photo by George HelmsCourtesy of The Met Breuer.

Dean Fleming (American, born 1933)
Snap Roll, 1965
Acrylic on canvas
653/4 × 995/8 in. (167 × 253.1 cm)
Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Gift of Mari and James A.Michener, 1968
© Dean Fleming
Photo by George Helms
Courtesy of The Met Breuer.

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol (American, 1928–1987)
Printed by Silkprint
Kettner, Zurich; published by Bruno Bischofberger
Electric Chair, 1971
Ten screenprints
Each 35 1/2 × 48 in. (90.2 × 121.9 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Robert Meltzer, 1972.

Courtesy of The Met Breuer.

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New York

Lady M, The Met Breuer, and The Judd Foundation: Lisa Perry’s New York

This week, Whitewaller New York launches for The Salon Art + Design (November 9-13). To help guide you to the best spots in town—where you can eat, drink, see art, and relax at, we hear from a group of insiders. Up next, we hear from designer Lisa Perry.

WHERE TO EAT AND SIP
I love to have breakfast at one of the many locations of Le Pain Quotidien around the city. I have a “bowl” of hot chocolate or tea and the baguette with butter and jam, and I feel like I’m transported to Europe. I also love indulging in afternoon tea. Lady M has the best chocolate éclair this side of Paris, and it’s worth the visit just to see the cakes.

WHERE TO SEE ART
I love The Met Breuer not only for its exhibits, but also because the building itself is a modernist masterpiece. The Judd Foundation in SoHo is also well worth the trip. It’s a beautiful space with the original art and furniture. Visit the Luxembourg & Dayan gallery for very cool shows specializing in European artists and work from the sixties, which is the era I love.

WHERE TO HAVE FUN AND RELAX
Lately, I am loving a walk on the High Line any chance I get. It’s an urban marvel and I think it adds so much to the city. Everyone should do it at least once from start to finish. For relaxation, I like to escape the city for a weekend retreat.

 

 

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