Pablo Hegluera's "The Dictator Game" at No Longer Empty was a participatory performance that explored people's relationships with money.
It may have been freezing outside, but the mood was certainly getting fiery in the last edition of Death Match, held last Thursday at the “No Longer Empty: How Much Do I Owe You?” exhibition space in The Clock Tower at Long Island City.
Our curated picks for New York events this week: Upstairs/Downstairs at Downtown Abbey Dinner, Equus Projects & Chef Patricia Clark's movement installation/cocktail party, MAS Conference on Resilience.
Our curated events list for this week: Ugly Holiday Sweater Party at Bryant Park, spontaneous Bach on the G train, Brooklyn Night Bazaar & more.
Our curated events picks for this week: Latke sizzle at 92Y, 'How Much Do I Owe You?' opening by No Longer Empty, Building to Impress: NY skyscrapers lecture at NYPL, MAS Chinatown tour and more.
In the abandoned Bank of Manhattan, artists have created site-specific installations commenting on money for the exhibition How Much Do I Owe You by No Longer Empty
Urban explorers, architecture buffs and art lovers will enjoy this look inside the former Bank of Manhattan in Long Island City, closed since the 1980s
Untapped New York to serve as media sponsor for No Longer Empty's latest exhibition in abandoned bank in Long Island City.
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Our favorite spots in Long Island City, as part of our Untapped Guide to the East River Ferry.