Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
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Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna

New York’s new HRY SPACE is currently hosting a wealth of Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami works, which you can view for free.

The catch is that the space only allows 30 people inside per hour, with passes for the following two weeks released online every Sunday. Works on display include a purple Murakami flower overlaid on the OFF-WHITE arrow logo, giant Murakami flower cushions for visitors to sit on, and rugs from the upcoming Virgil Abloh x IKEA collection. There are also works by Daniel Arsham, Shepard Fairey, Sam Friedman, Cleon Peterson, and REVOK on show.

Abloh and Murakami have been exhibited together before, of course. Last year, they shared LA’s Gagosian for their “AMERICA TOO” exhibition, Gagosian Paris for “Technicolor 2,” and London’s Gagosian for “Future History.”

HRY SPACE was established by Roy Huang and combines a “retail experience with museum-caliber art exhibitions.” One-hour entry passes can be found here, with the space open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Visit HRY SPACE for more information.

HRY SPACE
45 Renwick Street
New York City

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