The Best Art & Design Events Happening This Month
Circle these dates in pink and fill up your summer calendar with Domino-approved happenings.
Published Jul 1, 2017 5:30 AM
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MoMA PS1’s sun-soaked outdoor music series, aka the Warm Up, heats up today in Long Island City, New York.
“As in Nature: Helen Frankenthaler Paintings” opens at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, showcasing the late artists ethereal artwork.
Don your preppiest whites and tune in to watch Andy Murray defend his title at Wimbledon, which runs through July 16.
Nothing says Fourth of July like an epic yard sale—and nothing tops the event hosted by vintage goods outpost Melet Mercantile in Montauk, New York.
Michelin-starred chef John Fraser opens Narcbar, a casual neighborhood bar in New York’s Standard East Village.
The second full-length album from L.A.’s favorite sister squad Haim drops today.
Clear your calendar and head to Brimfield, Massachusetts, for one of the country’s best antique shows. The legendary market boasts more than 6,000 vendors—you’re going to need more than a weekend to hit them all.
Celebrate Bastille Day in style in America’s most French city: New Orleans. The southern city has one of the best fetes in the world.
Housed in a historic repurposed ferry building, the brand-new Empire Stores complex in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood has everything from a Smile to Go kiosk and a Shinola shop to Cecconi’s, a Soho House outpost (with the absolute best views, as evidenced above) and rooftop courtyard. Basically, it’s your HQ for the rest of the summer.
The Festival Napa Valley is 10 days of music, food, wine, and art. Need we say more?
Score a girl gang needlepoint and other finds over the weekend at San Francisco’s Renegade Craft Fair, the world’s largest marketplace for independent crafts and design.
The Swiss Alps aren’t just a wintertime destination. For 17 days, the Verbier Festival will turn the village of Verbier into a classical music hotbed with 60 concerts.
Director William Oldroyd makes his debut with Lady Macbeth, described by the Guardian as a “a darker-than-dark period drama.” The paper named it “one of the best films of 2017” so far, and everyone agrees: It currently has a 93 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.