The final stop was held at Brooklyn’s new art-world hotspot, The Invisible Dog. This gallery and performance space, née a factory warehouse, was an ideal setting for Babette’s feast of the senses; a place, once cold and industrial, that’s now infused with the spirit of passion and a lush variety of artistic expression.

Judith Thurman, author of Isak Dinesen: The Life of a Storyteller, reads from her book of essays from The New Yorker