Take a fresh look at New York City through the eyes of some of America’s greatest artists who were endlessly inspired by the city. Their exuberant depictions of the city’s people and places collectively tell the visual story of New York’s charge into modernity, while also sharing intimate details of daily life. Join fellow Insider and American Art Historian, Rena Tobey, as she leads us through three different decades of New York City’s early modern art scene in a virtual talk, Modern Life in the Modern City: Art in New York 1900-1945.

Part of Hairdresser’s Window by John Sloan, 1907, Courtesy of Rena Tobey

This live virtual event on Wednesday, November 11th at 12:00PM ET is organized for Untapped New York Insiders — get two months free with code JOINUS. A video of the talk will also be made available to all our Insiders afterward in the Video Archive section of our website.

Figure Skaters at the Hippodrome, Theresa Bernstein, 1918, Image Courtesy of Rena Tobey

Next, check out 12 New Public Art Installations in NYC November 2020