If there’s one thing New York overcompensates for its lack of consistent, fair-boding weather, it’s the abundance of art galleries dotted in and around the city.  One summer downpour on a Saturday afternoon led us to Dia:Beacon, a 34,000 square foot converted gallery space formerly used as the Nabisco factory situated along the Hudson River. It is one of my favorite museums to date, mainly due to the careful consideration of each exhibit and the expansive sprawl  that allows you to absorb every detail of an installation. Richard Serra’s Torqued Ellipse, of course, was the highlight of my trip. I’ve always been a fan of his work, particularly because he invites the viewer to move in and through his work.

Vera Wang Sunglasses / The Row Dress / Chloe Pearl Studded Mules / Rachel Comey Bag

Photos by Holly Wang.

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