Tucked between the ever-shifting tectonic plates of New York’s bustling urban landscape on the Upper East Side, Casa de Costa is an oasis of calm: a moment in the city’s history, frozen in time. A small courtyard leads into the former carriage house’s eccentric jumble of intimately small rooms. It feels part architectural archive, part mausoleum, with a fire flickering away downstairs.
It’s a brand new location for Jason Costa’s gallery, and a suitably voyeuristic space for "The Dark Parade," an exhibition of assemblages by renowned American artist David Armstrong –- showing another side of an artist already famed for his photography. Running until late June, this display of beaut...
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