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Something to do since the parade’s been postponed: Happy Haunted Dinner Party.
Artinfo has curated furniture for the spookiest dinner party since Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
Note the inclusion of the Pesce Golgotha table (fresh from our auction at Phillips and still available, we might add, in case your ghost checkbook is still handy) and also the Maarten Baas burned MacIntosh chair, which was sold years ago. We’re not suggesting Moss is necessarily your source for deeply spooky, but god knows we do what we can.
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