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Check out this awesome techincolor rock garden coming to the Cadillac House

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Jennifer Picht

Need to find some Zen? You might find some at Cadillac House, as its free-entry art gallery is currently being transformed into a vibrant, Japanese rock garden. 

New York-based artist Daniel Arsham and art-slash-fashion publication Visionaire have teamed up to present an immersive piece called “Lunar Garden” to the masses, and it opens to the public on September 5.

Inspired by Arsham’s travels in Japan where he explored the dry gardens in Kyoto, his new exhibition comes to us equipped with different sculptures—at one of end of the space, there will be a nine-foot light orb resembling the moon—and bright-pink sand. We're feeling cool, calm and collected just thinking about it. Actually, we can't contain our excitement! Check out this sneak peek below. 

The Gallery at Cadillac House, 330 Hudson Street. Mon–Fri 8am–7pm, Sat, Sun 10am–5pm. Through Nov 5.

Photograph: Courtesy Meghan Clohessy

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