The Wes Anderson Art Show made its New York City debut this week, opening last night to big crowds and long lines. The good news is: the show is fantastic. The bad news is: tickets are sold out. Like really sold out.

Organizers are currently saying that they will not release any more tickets, and they will not extend the show. Additionally, they discourage walk-ups, so you aren't getting in by just showing up. Not even for old time's sake. (UPDATE: Organizers are now telling us that "folks can swing by during our daytime hours, 11-5 p.m. - Fri, Sat, Sun, and if we're not completely packed we'll be allowing ticket sales at the door.")

The best we can do is give you this look inside—these are our photos from last night's preview and opening. And, even better, if you see something you like, the entire exhibit will be brought online on Monday, August 17th, where you'll be able to purchase pieces.

There are over 70 artists represented on the walls, all working in various mediums—you'll find paintings, sculptures, prints, that Scalamandre wallpaper, and more.

Photo by Paul Quitoriano/Gothamist

The pop up exhibition runs through August 9th, at Joseph Gross Gallery (548 W 28th Street).