Whether you call her a stylist, photographer, or the girl with the closet you'd love to raid, It-Brit artist Frances Tulk-Hart is definitely not shy when it comes to showing off her creative talents. With an impressive body of work (for mags like Nylon and Vogue), we're not surprised that everyone from Marc Jacobs to V has tapped the NYC transplant to shoot special projects. Her newest collection of work, Shy Sunday, captures her subjects in intimate moments of solitude through a series of dreamlike photographs that are both playful and mysterious.
So, what exactly does Miss Tulk-Hart do on her NYC Sundays? She says she loves "taking the Governors Island Ferry and biking the entire 2.2 mile promenade that circles the Island." While what you choose to do on your Sundays is up to you, we're urging you to spend part of your Wednesday night at her opening reception. Plus, we're hooking you up with the R.S.V.P.— just say you read it on Refinery29. We're not, however, responsible for your Thursday morning hangover.
Shy Sunday Wednesday, March 24th, 7-10 p.m. at the SoHo Grand.
SoHo Grand, 310 West Broadway (between Grand and Canal streets), 212-965-3000.