Art and Food in NYC | The Kitchen Scout
For the past many Februaries in recent memory, my husband and I have spent a weekend in New York City. He has an annual meeting he attends that coincides with either Valentine's Day or my birthday which are just days apart. A little work and a lot of play have resulted in many fun outings over the years. I've written about some of those past weekends here, here, here, here and here! Lots of great places and spaces within those posts. This past February was no different and I am finally sitting down to write about it. Just in time in fact because on the agenda were two exhibits which are closing in the near future. If you have a trip to the city planned, maybe you can check them out! My first stop was the Guggenheim to see Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, an exhibition which closes on April 23 so do hurry as the large pieces you will see below are worth the price of admission. Born in Stockholm in 1862, af Klint began her abstract career in 1906, but rarely exhibited her