A review of the new exhibit "The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin" at the Jewish Museum, which connects 19th century Paris to NYC today.
"Scorsese" is an exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens that explores NYC through artifacts and film clips from the acclaimed director.
The Whitney Museum of American Art raised its profile when it opened its new building and the exhibit "Dreamlands" capitalizes on the site’s possibilities.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage–A Living Memorial to the Holocaust may be one of the lesser known monuments to Jewish history in New York, but it is a potent one.
Yiddish newspapers were once material documents of life on NYC's Lower East Side. They were guidebooks to old-world communities and to new-world assimilation.