We’re not the only ones who are taken with director Wes Anderson and the stylized worlds he’s created with his films. (Tory Daily
presents Exhibit A
of our obsession.) There’s an annual art show, now in its sixth year, dedicated to the man himself — and this weekend, the San Francisco-based exhibition hits New York for a short three-day run. Bad Dads VI
at Joseph Gross Gallery, opens tomorrow and features over 70 artists offering their takes on Anderson’s distinctly Wes Anderson aesthetic and his cool cast of characters. Relive his classics — from The Royal Tenenbaums
to Moonrise Kingdom
to The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
— through new paintings, sculptures and prints from all over the world.