More Arts and Arts Brookfield will be presenting Ernesto Pujol's "9-5," a performance art that will document NYC's daily commuters near World Trade Center.
Bastille Day lands on a Tuesday this year, but that hasn't stopped NYC from starting the celebrations a few days early with food, dancing, and music all around
We have to admit this is pretty clever–a theater for one in a traveling theater, supposedly the smallest theater in NYC at 4 feet by 8 feet from Arts Brookfield
Soft Spin, six colorful swirling skirts suspended from the ceiling by the artist Heather Nicol is on exhibit at the Winter Garden inside Brookfield Place.
Canstruction is hosting a competition at Brookfield Place for best canned foods sculpture by top NYC design firms and collecting can donations for City Harvest.
Yesterday, the passageway between station World Trade Center PATH station and the new Brookfield Place Pavilion at the World Financial Center opened officially.