These ten spaces aim to provide artists and the public with spaces to create, share, and enjoy work across platforms such as music, art, performance, and film.
10 secrets of the landmarked Park Avenue Armory in NYC, built in 1861 and occupied by the Seventh Regiment National Guard, the Silk Stocking Regiment.
The beautifully renovated Veterans Room at the Park Avenue Armory is now open to the public, with a musical calendar beginning this month.
This April's art installations in NYC include a sideways swimming pool, environmental vertical villages, Central Park history, and a celebration of the Ramones.
This month will feature The Armory Show, the opening of Met Breuer, the Orchid Show at NY Botanical Garden, Closed Worlds at Storefront, Harlem at Federal Hall
New book Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York highlights the interior landmarks of NYC including Radio City Music Hall, City Hall Subway Station, and more.
15 NYC urban art exhibits from Nova at Flatiron Plaza, to 70th anniversary of the UN, to exhibits at MNCY about photographer Jacob Riis and Affordable Housing.
Latest installation at Park Avenue Armory Tears Become Streams Become filled the building with 122,000 gallons of water amidst a performance of grand pianos.
Here's a list of the surviving armories around NYC; some dramatically repurposed, some now public projects, and others still being used by the National Guard.
Yesterday we rounded up Boardwalk Empire's filming locations in Brooklyn, where much of the series was filmed. Today we're showing you some of the places in Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island that served as the backdrop for the show's action.