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A 5-night stay for 2 at the Golden Rock Inn, Nevis.
The celebrated painter Brice Marden and his wife Helen have thoughtfully restored the Golden Rock Inn in Nevis, an intimate hilltop hideaway nestled on the slopes of Nevis Peak. From the hotel’s expansive grounds, featuring rocky gardens and vibrant bougainvillea, views stretch across the Caribbean Sea and the island’s lush jungle. Inside, the Mardens’ handiwork can be seen in pops of bold color, modern artwork and a collection of Moroccan rugs. You and a guest will enjoy a luxurious 5-night stay at the resort, where you can plunge in the fresh water pool, dine alfresco, hike, bike, or enjoy the nearby beach.
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Valid through April 2019; includes breakfasts and 1 dinner for 2 at The Rocks. 2-week advance reservations required; blackout dates apply (Aug. 17 - Oct. 10, 2018; Nov. 21 - 26, 2018; Dec. 22, 2018 - Jan. 2, 2019)
Courtesy Helen & Brice Marden
VIP Trip to Santa Fe, with 3-nights accommodation, special access to SITElines & a private tour of Jeanne & Michael Klein’s collection.
You and a guest will enjoy private access to two exceptional art experiences. The first is a special immersion in SITElines 2018: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas, featuring a curator-led tour of the biennial and behind-the-scenes access to SITE Santa Fe’s award-winning new building. Then, visit the home of Jeanne and Michael Klein for a tour of their celebrated contemporary art collection. See for yourself why they are regular members of the ARTnews Top 200 Collectors. Trip includes 3-nights at Hotel Santa Fe, and a special dinner for 2 at The Compound Restaurant led by Chef Mark Kiffin, winner of the James Beard Foundation’s “Best Chef in the Southwest.”
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Valid Aug. 2018 - Jan. 2019; includes breakfasts; blackout dates include all major holidays and local festivals. Schedule permitting, the collection tour will be led by Michael or Jeanne Klein.
Courtesy SITE Santa Fe, Hotel Santa Fe, Michael & Jeanne Klein, and The Compound Restaurant
A VIP visit to Glenstone for up to 6 people.
Located in Potomac, MD, Glenstone Museum presents the world-renowned collection of Mitchell & Emily Rales in an expansive setting that integrates art, architecture, and landscape. You and up to 5 guests will be among the first visitors to see Glenstone’s highly-anticipated 240,000 square foot expansion, designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners, and opening October 4, 2018. Highlights of this special tour include major works by Charles Ray, Robert Gober, Roni Horn, Brice Marden, and Martin Puryear, among others, as well as lunch in one of Glenstone’s new cafes.
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Valid Nov. 2018-Jan. 2019. Glenstone is open Thurs. – Sun., 10AM – 5:30PM. Schedule permitting, the tour will be joined by Emily Rales.
Courtesy Glenstone Museum
A Sunday Painting by Byron Kim and visit for 4 to the Brooklyn Museum of Art with the artist.
Byron Kim’s critically-acclaimed series of Sunday Paintings is ongoing since 2001, and depicts nuanced images of the sky inscribed with personal notes. In consultation with Kim, select a Sunday Painting for yourself, and then visit the Brooklyn Museum with the artist to see several more of his works on view. After time together in the galleries, dine at The Norm, the Brooklyn Museum’s Michelin-starred restaurant, featuring eclectic food inspired by the diversity of Brooklyn. Widely exhibited nationally and internationally, Kim’s work is in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC; the Art Institute of Chicago; the Blanton Museum, Austin, TX; the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC; the M+ Museum, Hong Kong; the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and the Whitney Museum, among other public collections.
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Valid May 1 2018 - April 24, 2019. Date to be mutually agreed upon. 2-week advance reservations at The Norm preferred; blackout dates apply.
Courtesy Byron Kim, Great Performances