THE FRIDAY TOP 5 {05.22.15}

This week we picked some very arty activities, including the long-awaited Yoko Ono exhibit! Feel free to share your weekend with us on twitter with the #LISwknd

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Night Lights

Wave Hill – W 249th St at Independence Ave., Bronx

Since 2015 in the International Year of Light, Chris Doyle created an art installed called “The Lightening: A project for Wave Hill’s Aquatic Garden”. A perfect way to celebrate the garden’s 50th anniversary!

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Please Touch The Art

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Main St. and Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn

Danish artist Jesse Hein created a participative exhibition full of fun design pieces. Organize a scavenger hunt with you friends and/or family to win a prize!

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“Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971″

Museum of Modern Art – 11 W 53rd St, Manhattan

The exhibition gathers 125 objects, paper work, audio recordings, films and archives. Part of the exhibit invites interaction, which adds value to your visit.

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BEC

148 8th Ave., Manhattan

If you’re not up for a breakfast sandwich, Bec isn’t for you. Otherwise, you’ll enjoy the large choice and the fresh ingredients. Our favorite? The godmother, with prosciutto, salami, mozzarella, baby arugula, and walnut pesto sauce.

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Empellon Cocina

105 1st Ave., Manhattan

The famous Mexican restaurant and chef Alex Stuck just launched a promising $150 prix fixe tasting menu. One thing we’re sure about: it’s going to be hard to pick one dish among all the others!

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{Images: Instagram/alexaanep, Wave Hill, Public Art Fund, MoMA, Eater, Instagram/empellon}

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