On Exhibit

Slim Aarons, "Desert House Party," 1970, Slim Aarons/Getty Images Gallery

LA DOLCE VITA Slim Aarons (1916-2006) hobnobbed with the A-list—Bogart and Bacall, Louis Armstrong, the Reagans—capturing them on film in their natural habitats, whether on the French Riviera or poolside in Palm Springs, California (below). An exhibition of Aaron's photographs from the Getty images archive decorates The Quin hotel, where gallery quality prints can be purchased. | 101 W. 57th St., 212.245.7846, thru 2018

Slim Aarons, "Desert House Party," 1970, Slim Aarons/Getty Images Gallery


(2) STRAIGHT LINES The Judd Foundation, in partnership with designer Tomas Maier, has organized a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition, "15 x 105 x 15." Twelve extruded aluminum works in 12 anodized colors by minimaist Donald Judd (1928-1994) have been installed on the ground floor of the artist's SoHo house and studio, now a museum. In addition to this full-set configuration (never realized before), seminal pieces of furniture designed by Judd are concurrently on display in Maier's two clothing boutiques on Madison Avenue and Bleecker Street.  | 101 Spring St., 212.219.2747, thru July 28

Donald Judd, "Untitled," 1991, ©Judd Foundation, Donald Judd Art: ©Judd Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York


(3) RUSSIAN MASTERPIECES a La Vieille Russie is the preeminent source of rare and important works of art by Peter Carl Fabergé, such as this cloisonné enamel icon pendant set in gold with diamonds, sapphires and pearls. The figure of Christ is based on an 11th-century Byzantine image now in NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art. | 745 Fifth Ave., 4th fl., 212.752.1727


Fabregé Panagia, Workmaster Henrik Wingstrom, C. 1910 (Courtesy À La Vieille Russie