So you went to the Museum of Ice Cream. Furthermore, 29Rooms. Same goes for Happy Place, Candytopia, and the Museum of Failure. Possibly you think you never need to encounter a fly up workmanship occasion again, particularly after you dove mouth-first into a pool of “self-cleaning, antimicrobial sprinkles” that unquestionably weren’t acting naturally cleaning or antimicrobial. Actually, perhaps you think we as a progress have achieved Peak Pop-Up Art Event. You will locate this difficult to accept, however you’re off-base.
Ariel Gordon has put over the most recent three years culminating her vision for ArtCubed, an organization whose point is to make contemporary craftsmanship more comprehensive and available by consolidating it with nourishment, music, film, or nightlife. The outcome is a delightfully bougie encounter that opens you to rising nearby craftsmen—to say the least.
Their inaugural occasion is ARTXFOOD, an impermanent dinner club that you’ll discover at Hollywood’s Goya Studios from May 11 through June 3. A 56-situate lounge area, situated within a strict uniquely crafted shape, constitutes the workmanship part of the program: It has been developed from the beginning L.A. craftsman Greg Ito, making the 3D shape an accepted exhibition.
Tickets for ARTXFOOD go on sale today, March 12, and start at $189 (VIP tickets will set you back $235 but will get you some pretty dope, as-yet-undisclosed perks that may or may not include one of Ito’s prints or perhaps a meet-and-greet with Blais). If you’re bougie but not that bougie, consider scooping up your seats sooner rather than later—early bird buyers can snag general tickets for $170 and VIP tickets for $212.