Lady Gaga Celebrated Her ‘ARTPOP’ Release With Performances & Flying Dresses At artRAVE: Watch

Carl Williott | November 11, 2013 8:19 am

Lady Gaga took over the Brooklyn Navy Yard Sunday night (November 10) to celebrate the release of her bombastic third album ARTPOP. With a giant version of that Jeff Koons cover sculpture of Gaga looming over the proceedings, the star unveiled a flying dress prototype (bye, flying cars!) and new works by artists like Koons, Marina Abramovic and Inez & Vinoodh.

After all that art, it was time for some pop, and Gaga took the stage well after midnight to perform a set of album tracks. Mother Monster first appeared dressed as some unholy combination of a creepy jack-in-the-box and the Scarecrow from Batman Begins. She soon stripped into something more comfortable, donning her meta The Fame 2.0 costume, for the remainder of the set.

Check out “Do What U Want” up top, with “Dope,” “Manicure,” “Gypsy” and more below.