On Monday night, about 500 people gathered in the Hudson Yards neighborhood of Manhattan for the fourth-annual gala for the Shed, the $475 million arts center that opened in 2019. It has since hosted a concert series by the director Steve McQueen and Quincy Jones and is currently staging Stephen Sondheim’s final musical, “Here We Are.”
For the gala, the Shed’s colossal main hall was transformed into a carpeted room with tables spread among low, blobby couches.
“I feel like I’m in NASA,” one guest said, adding that the venue felt big enough to accommodate a rocket launch.
The evening honored M&T Bank, which has partnered with the center since it began,
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