Photoso from the exhibit "I Who Have Arrived in Heaven" by Yayoi Kusama at the David Zwirner Gallery, which goes until December 21st.
This September, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman will debut his floating, four-story tall Rubber Duck at Pittsburgh's 3rd Festival of Firsts.
In the lower level of the Old St. Patrick's Cathedral in Little Italy is a labyrinth of vaults for bodies. The crypts beneath the cathedral belong to bankers, lawyers, captains of industry, merchants, and even to Civil War-era generals.
Across New York City, century-old churches are being torn down and replaced by residential property, retail stores and newer churches. The same battle now faces Saint Vincent de Paul, the last remaining Francophone Catholic church in NYC.
Ever stumble across these shiny plates on the streets of Berlin? We explore the significance of Gunter Demnig's memorial stolpersteines, or "stumbling blocks."
Xinjiang Barbecue: a common street food from an uncommon region of China fits right at home in Flushing, Queens.
Some of the most exciting cities are those that have their own unique aesthetic. Photographer Marc Provins shows us his favorite spots in this visual tour.
The Paper Architecture exhibit at Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine amazes with art made completely out of paper.
In honor of founder Isaiah Sheffer, we look back at the history of Symphony Space and what it meant for the Upper West Side.
Cincinnati is mesmerizing in all its architectural splendor, yet it's generally not on anyone’s list of the most-dazzling cities. Here's why.