"Porch Life," a unique interactive art installation on Coney Island's boardwalk, beckons all makers of music!
The first of Little Cinema's “Bowie in Film” series, Basquiat (Immersive) was screened along with live music, dance performances, hoop performers and acrobats.
The Southeast Queens Biennial: A Locus of Moving Points, curated by No Longer Empty and York College Fine Arts Gallery, highlights Southeast Queens residents.
The commodification of New York City, and its interaction with desire, image, media, and all things sensual, are brought together in Sex and the So-Called City.
Turns out the interlocking "NY" logo, one of the most recognizable in the world that has become synonymous with the Yankees, is even older than the team itself.
A new exhibition at NYC's Nathan Cummings Foundation responds to the current political moment, documenting both incomplete injustices as well as resistance.
Step inside NYC's Modulightor, a cross between a design and production store, and a museum designed by prominent, mid-20th century architect Paul Rudolph.
In NYC's dingy Port Authority Bus Terminal comes a little bit of life and color as Adrian Untermyer's piano transforms it into a creative public space for all.
Leonardo Da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" (Savior of the World) oil-on-panel painting will go on auction in Christie’s today, expected to go for about $100 million.
A new Andy Warhol retrospective, coming to the Whitney Museum, aims to get underneath the art behind the Campbell soup cans and the Marilyn Monroe prints.