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De Gustibus Continues Its Cooking School Legacy With New, Innovative Programming

De Gustibus Continues Its Cooking School Legacy With New, Innovative Programming


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This clearly isn’t De Gustibus Cooking School’s first rodeo when it comes to producing quality cooking classes and culinary content.

The cooking school, located in Macy’s Herald Square in New York City, opened its doors 36 years ago and has hosted over 1,300 of the world’s greatest chefs, sommeliers, cookbook authors, and culinary experts throughout its tenure.

The school was founded by Arlene Sailhac in 1980, but has since been taken over by Salvatore Rizzo, owner and director. “I work hard and enjoy every second to continue its rich culinary tradition by inviting the greatest in the industry to demonstrate and serve unique menus that get everyone excited about cooking at home,” Rizzo told The Daily Meal. “Over nearly three decades, we have hosted the likes of Daniel Boulud, Anthony Bourdain, Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich, Bobby Flay, and Rachael Ray,” said Rizzo who’s been at the helm since 2008.

Recent programming in Herald Square showcased Katherine Marsh of the famed Spotted Pig in Manhattan’s West Village where the dynamic female chef demonstrated how to make some of the restaurant’s most popular dishes such as the smoked haddock chowder with pancetta and house-made crackers.

“Every season, we bring incredible chefs, sommeliers and cookbook authors to the school to highlight a variety of cuisines for our guests — we have a truly amazing roster this season. I am especially excited to have James Beard Award-winning author and chef Gabrielle Hamilton (already sold out), Daniel Burns of Michelin-starred Luksus, Mark Gaier with Clark Fraiser and Rebecca Charles of M.C. Perkins Cove and Pearl Oyster Bar, and Missy Robbins of the highly anticipated new Williamsburg restaurant Lilia,” said Rizzo.

While keeping with the times, the school is constantly finding new ways to reinvent itself and provide contemporary programming and events for a food-obsessed culture. Most recently, the school has been offering weekend culinary adventures away at Wheatleigh in the heart of the Berkshires in Lenox, Massachusetts. Guests are welcomed into a nineteenth century Florentine Palazzo-style inn, which includes a luxurious itinerary filled with cooking experiences, a tasting menu gala with an accompanying wine pairing, and additional treats such as cocktails and s’mores tastings by the campfire.

To stay at the forefront of trends, Rizzo always does his research, learning about the newest restaurants, intriguing ingredients or prospecting up and coming chefs. “I also take the time to hear from my clients who are our De Gustibus guests to find out who they want to see and learn from,” he said. “It is all about providing a fulfilling and unique cooking experience, like Noah Bernamoff and Tony Nassir from Mile End curing and smoking home-cooked Jewish classics packed with flavors and modern techniques or chef Abram Bissell from The Modern with his contemporary American menu.”

I could definitely predict another 36 years in their future.


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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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Internationally-Acclaimed Artist Creates Large-Scale Light Sculpture Installation On The Landmark Hotel’s Facade
On October 1, The Peninsula New York presents PINK LOTUS , a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós , in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881 , is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program , with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Supporting innovative public art around the world is an ongoing commitment at The Peninsula Hotels . The Art of Pink Campaign builds on the partnerships each hotel has created with leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established global masters and emerging local artists.

PINK LOTUS, a large-scale light installation sculpture by noted interdisciplinary Peruvian artist, Grimanesa Amorós, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Peninsula New York supports SHARE , a nationwide community that offers support, information and the benefit of experience to women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. PINK LOTUS will be on view at The Peninsula New York from October 1 to November 15 .

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In keeping with the initiative’s “pink” theme, Amorós has used LED lights to create a pink lotus flower that highlights The Peninsula New York ‘s landmark Beaux-Arts facade. The installation activates the entrance of the hotel on 55 th Street and Fifth Avenue , with a focus on the large Palladian window and the carvings of Ceres , Roman Goddess of agriculture and abundance, and Diana , Roman Goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth. By placing the installation on the main facade, Amorós is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by drawing attention to both the Roman Goddesses, who represent the power of women worldwide and to the lotus flower’s symbolic associations with creation, enlightenment and rebirth.

The installation, exclusively curated for The Peninsula New York by Circa 1881, is part of the brand’s global “The Art of Pink” charitable program, with Peninsula hotels around the world partnering with artists to help raise both funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.

As in all of her work, Amorós’ PINK LOTUS has created a dialogue with the existing architecture and the history of the site. The dramatic composition provides the public with a unique visual experience created by the use of LED lighting. The beauty and spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower are certain to make the PINK LOTUS one of the highlights of The Art of Pink .

Limited edition PINK LOTUS tote bags have also been exclusively designed by Amorós and can be purchased at The Peninsula New York for $40, with all proceeds benefiting SHARE . On October 27, 2015 , Amorós will give an art talk on PINK LOTUS from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Peninsula New York, open to the public. For more information on PINK LOTUS, visit www.peninsula.com/newyork .

A popular part of every Peninsula in Pink campaign is the Pink Afternoon Tea. This October, guests at The Lobby of each hotel will relish a creatively themed The Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring rose-tinted sweet and savory treats served on a tiered silver platter, and accompanied by rosé wines and bubbles.

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