The original Ace New York keycard and sketch from Kenzo Minami's Turbine of Life mural in room 1011. Keep an eye out here for our studio visit and interview with Kenzo about his last decade of work, obsession and evolution, and his upcoming retrospective in Chelsea. Kenzo, we love you and your brain.

The original Ace New York keycard and sketch from Kenzo Minami's Turbine of Life mural in room 1011. Keep an eye out here for our studio visit and interview with Kenzo about his last decade of work, obsession and evolution, and his upcoming retrospective in Chelsea. Kenzo, we love you and your brain.


Terence Koh has installed his piece, Big White Cock, in the storied Room 1011 at Ace Hotel New York for keeps. A limited run of prints are available through Exhibition A while they’ve got them.
Terence Koh collaborates frequently with Lady Gaga and has written invisible poetry and transformed a Hamptons corn field into a secret sculpture garden. This print was inspired by his iconic neon light sculpture. Here, Terence transforms his original work into a symbol of white male aggression glowing before a stark black background. Source material for his original work was borrowed from the marquee signage outside a famous East Village gay bar. Like the majority of Koh’s creative output to date, Big White Cock tackles themes of identity, sexuality, containment and the urban experience — as sublimely beautiful as one of Terence’s invisible love poems.

Terence Koh has installed his piece, Big White Cock, in the storied Room 1011 at Ace Hotel New York for keeps. A limited run of prints are available through Exhibition A while they’ve got them.

Terence Koh collaborates frequently with Lady Gaga and has written invisible poetry and transformed a Hamptons corn field into a secret sculpture garden. This print was inspired by his iconic neon light sculpture. Here, Terence transforms his original work into a symbol of white male aggression glowing before a stark black background. Source material for his original work was borrowed from the marquee signage outside a famous East Village gay bar. Like the majority of Koh’s creative output to date, Big White Cock tackles themes of identity, sexuality, containment and the urban experience — as sublimely beautiful as one of Terence’s invisible love poems.


Timothy Liles in Loft 1011 at Ace New York

Loft Room 1011 at Ace NYC features two pieces from Timothy Liles’ new collection through May 20th: the Crested Comb-Back Chair and Sweetser Lamp, made in collaboration with Lilies and local craftspeople and artisans. Find out more about the pieces on Design Mouth.


We like Kenzo Minami very much. Kenzo just created a new piece for us in room 1011 at Ace Hotel New York. He also painted on a charcoal wall at Ace Portland, room 428. This means you can sleep beneath his intricate magic spells on both coasts.

(And thanks to our friend Koko at CWCi for helping make it all happen.)

Photo by Jou-Yie Chou at Ace NYC


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