To Look at Things in Bloom—Photographing Gardens: A Horticultural Lecture by Ngoc Minh Ngo
New York School of Interior Design, 170 East 70th Street, Manhattan
A self-taught photographer whose work explores the intrinsic beauty of plants and nature, most recently for Nature into Art: The Gardens of Wave Hill, Ngoc Minh Ngo is especially interested in the ways flowers have been used in different cultures and times in history. Her lecture explores the various meanings of gardens, illustrated by some of her favorite images of private and public gardens in England, America and Morocco. Her photographs of interiors and gardens have been published in Vogue, T Magazine, Architectural Digest, House & Garden UK and Canada. She has published three books, Bringing Nature Home, In Bloom and, this year, Eden Revisited.
The final lecture of the series takes place on March 25, when Uziel Crescenzi speaks of “Chance Encounters of a Young Gardener.”
Individual tickets: $30, with a 10% discount for Wave Hill Members. Seating is limited, and advance reservations are recommended, online, starting November 13. Student tickets available lecture evening only, at the door, space permitting and with a valid student ID.