The Frick Madison’s daring new program, Living Histories: Queer Views and Old Masters, matches contemporary artist Jenna Gribbon against Tudor great Hans Holbein.
Chelsea Factory is a new arts hub with a mission of helping performing artists whose work was disrupted by the pandemic.
Though there are lots of hotels in Brooklyn now, the Wythe Hotel is still the coolest, thanks in part to its art collection.
For a limited time, a mural by Haring and his collaborator Angel Ortiz (LA II) — never before seen in New York City — will go on view at the New York City Center, a performing arts center in Midtown.
Mexican art had a major moment in 1920s and 1930s New York, when cultural exchange between the U.S. and Mexico reached a high point.
Through their advocacy work, the organization I Am Your Protector, aims to transcend perceived lines of divisions between different communities in the hopes of changing the way people view “others.” To do so, I Am Your Protector shares the stories of our society’s greatest protectors, regardless of their group affiliations, as a form of inspiring other people to go out and give back to their communities.
Get an inside look at two new exhibitions now on view at the Queens Museum on this virtual tour led by museum curators!
Alex Da Corte's new installation As Long as the Sun Lasts premiers at The Met rooftop Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden today, April 16.
Experience three immersive art installations inside Pioneer Works, an innovative culture space in Brooklyn!
Fort Makers' Goodnight House exhibit honors the children's book Goodnight Moon written by Margaret Wise Brown with a new immersive experience!