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A hot air balloon museum is opening in New York: it will teach you how to fly and control the air.

'10.10.2023'

Alina Prikhodko

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After successful work in Madrid, Milan, Paris and Rome this autumn Balloon Museum will officially open at Pier 36 in Seaport, reports Time-out.

A new cultural facility that will be located both inside and outside the building with an area of ​​7500 square meters. meters, will debut on October 27 with a new exhibition “Let's Fly”, which will last until January 14, 2024.

The exhibition will feature a variety of installations created by 18 international artists and media studios, each exploring the significance of contemporary art and exploring the nature of inflatables.

Visitors will be invited to interact with art; they can and should touch the exhibits. In short, the exact opposite of the “don’t touch the art” mantra that dominates traditional museums.

Among the artists represented at the exhibition is a muralist Camila Falsini, Sasha Frolova (she is the one responsible for the inflatable latex sculptures that you can’t take your eyes off), Cyril Lancelin and others.

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As for the exhibits themselves, a 4 square meter pool filled with balls awaits you. meters, inflatable lava lamps and original endless rooms. The entire tour will take approximately 000 minutes, including stops in different rooms and occasional use of VR sets.

After viewing, you may think that this place looks familiar - that's because it was featured in the latest season of the hit Netflix TV show Emily in Paris. Tickets for the show can be purchased here.

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