Monthly Archives: January 2016

Art to See in NYC Before Monday

If you’re out and about the city this weekend looking for something to do, we’ve got plenty of suggestions! From photography to paintings, there are lots of things to do in New York this weekend and lots of wonderful ideas … Continue reading

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NYC Subways Become Art Havens

After a long history of trying to erase graffiti art from its Subways, New York City has now begun to embrace the paintings of its transit halls. Color brightens the dim industrial spaces, brightening it, bringing light to the bright … Continue reading

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Pairoj Pichetmetakul’s “Positivity Scrolls”

Pairoj Pichetmetakul began his art project “The Positivity Scrolls” as an apology. In 2013, he saw a young thug viciously beating up an elderly homeless man, and out of fear he just walked away. He had plenty of reason to … Continue reading

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Brothers Seek to Reclaim Father’s Art Collection

Two brothers are hoping to recover the masterpieces that used to belong to their father’s collection. Marc and Andre Salz allege that their stepmother, Janet Traeger-Salz, sold off many great works of art, worth tens of millions of dollars, after … Continue reading

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Baryshnikov Arts Center Announces $1 Million Cage Cunningham Fund

After campaigning for two years to raise funds, the Baryshnikov Arts Center has announced the first recipient of its new Cage Cunningham Fund: Russian pianist Alexei Lubimov. Lubimov is set to put his $50,000 toward supporting new work from composers … Continue reading

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