Lobby Residency curated by Darker than Wax – with Lovie
- 7:00 pm - 12:00 am | Friday January 27, 2023
- The Lobby | Ace Hotel Brooklyn
- 47-53 Wentworth Ave
Good news. We’re kicking off our Lobby booth residencies and it’s starting with Ace friend and resident rule-breaker, Marco Weibel of Darker Than Wax.
An underground electronic music label based on the island of Singapore, Darker Than Wax invites artists, selectors, and like-minded souls worldwide to exchange, converse and create memories in The Lobby this winter.
On Friday, we welcome Lovie.
Other events happening on Jan 27, 2023
Guilty by Association – Extended Family: Lakea Shepard at Gallery
Around the corner and down Bond St., our neighbors Guilty By Association are building a digital bridge to empower the creative unseen, redistribute wealth and reengineer an antiquated system — art. This season, we are partnering with GBA for a trio of solo exhibitions featuring a selection of their artist kin. We’re calling it “Extended Family.” The first gallery show is an overview of Lakea Shepard‘s work. Bead by bead, Lakea creates intricate head sculptures engulfed in universal emblems…
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Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Brooklyn
The Gallery – GBA’s Extended Family with Camella Ehlke at Gallery
The table is the heart of the home. Triple Five founder and streetwear designer Camella Ehlke presents a new series of marvelously outfitted chairs exploring the intricacies of friendship and love. Ehlke reworks and recycles overstock fabrics, dressing four pairs of chairs in vibrant, unique outfits. Camella’s second GBA collection Soulmates embody whimsy, humor, and romance; her chair duos reference friendship, sisterhood, and lovers. Couples interconnect via plush hands-holding, chain links rendered from stuffed fabric, or ribbons wrapped in a tight …
Family kitchen: a Story of Continental Cuisine at Demo Kitchen
Home is where the family meets for dinner. Join our restaurant As You Are in the Demo Kitchen for a special four-course journey through intergenerational legacies and the coupling of Italian-American cuisine. Serving mushroom-stuffed amuse-bouche, lobster casserole and deep dish apple pie à la mode, Ace Hotel Brooklyn’s Executive Chef, Michael King, and Chef Ed Cotton get inspired by childhoods spent in old Boston’s The Cottage Crest. Thoroughly missed for its scratch-made meals, Chef Michael now keeps the “rug joint’s”…