From the world's largest interactive video installation to a summer garden in the middle of winter, check out 32 art installations not to miss this January!
The Whitney Museum's extensive new Andy Warhol exhibit offers a primer for those new to Warhol, and a comprehensive retrospective for the well-versed fan.
This month in NYC you will find new street art murals, sculptural installations, video art, groundbreaking and newsworthy exhibitions in the city's major museums and more.
Ronny Sunshine is auctioning off a trove of art and memorabilia, gifted to him directly from the likes of Andy Warhol, the Grateful Dead and Keith Haring.
The first of Little Cinema's “Bowie in Film” series, Basquiat (Immersive) was screened along with live music, dance performances, hoop performers and acrobats.
As a preview of Art in the Open: Fifty Years of Public Art in New York, we've rounded up 10 highlights and notable works that are featured in the MCNY exhibit.
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.
The story behind the Andy Warhol's controversial 1964 mosaic of Robert Moses installed at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in New York City
Celebrate Andy Warhol’s birthday on August 6th by Visiting 10 of his NYC haunts including the Factory, Studio 54, Jefferson Market Garden, Serendipity and more.
Take a look at 10 corporate lobbies in NYC that display a wide variety of wonderful and unique pieces of art to liven up the dreary, impersonal atmosphere.