Monthly Archives: August 2013

First Annual ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Stoop Sale

When I was a kid, going back to school was always met with sadness at summer’s sudden end as well as a little bit of trepidation. Something that helped curb both of those childhood feelings was the excitement of all … Continue reading

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Coney Island USA Defends the Honor of One of NYC’s Most Beloved Neighborhoods

Even if you’re not from New York, you’re probably familiar with the beloved cultural destination that is Coney Island. This Brooklyn neighborhood, known for its amusement area that includes more than fifty rides and attractions, is a New York City … Continue reading

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ArtBridge NYC Transforms Public Spaces Around the City

Sometimes when you live in a vast urban environment like New York City, discovering art can seem like a daunting task. Of course, in NYC there is art literally everywhere – in museums and private galleries, in the architecture of … Continue reading

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NYC’s Festival of Fringe Returns

The New York International Fringe Festival, also known as FringeNYC, has returned with a vibrant, entertaining schedule of arts events in tow. The festival is the largest multi-arts festival in North America, and comes back every year to New York … Continue reading

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“American Modern” Opens this Weekend at MoMA

New York City is home to numerous widely celebrated museums, many of which boast impressive permanent collections. You know you’re one of the most influential art museums in the world when you can use pieces from your own collection to … Continue reading

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Another Hidden Treasure in Brooklyn

Thrift shops are a dime a dozen in Brooklyn. The neighborhood is the birthplace of hipsterdom after all, which lends itself to the pulse of this trendy borough. If you were scavenging for thrift store gold before scavenging for thrifted … Continue reading

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Let the Buyer Beware: Forgeries at Fordham’s Center Gallery

There’s a gallery at Fordham University filled with familiar paintings from iconic artists such as Andy Warhol, Willem de Kooning, Rembrandt and others. It’s an outstanding collection of some of the world’s most renowned paintings – except for the fact … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Andy Warhol!

Andy Warhol’s artistic legacy has allowed for the late pop art icon’s work to be forever immortalized, although today he would have been 85 years old. No other artist has ever had such an impact on the commercialized art world … Continue reading

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“Voice Tunnel” Is An Exhibition Beneath the City

This August, an art installation piece unlike any other will take to New York City’s Park Avenue Tunnel. Open to pedestrians for the very first time, from 33rd Street to 40th Street visitors will have access to walk beneath the … Continue reading

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New York City’s Iconic Skyline is a Visual History

Over the last century, New York City’s skyline has existed as a visual history of the city’s growth, loss, and change. In the mid-1930s, businesses raced to create some of the tallest structures the world had ever seen; the Chrysler … Continue reading

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