Monthly Archives: September 2016


Six New York City artists asked one another a simple question: What does New York City mean to you? Their responses are the inspiration behind Urbanscapes; a traveling art installation moving throughout NYC this autumn. Sponsored by Arts Brookfield (an … Continue reading

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George Kravis Donates Industrial Design Collection to Cooper Hewitt

Long-time industrial design collector George R. Kravis II recently donated a number of fascinating objects to the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Institute in New York City. Energizing the Everyday: Gifts from the George R. Kravis II Collection features some of … Continue reading

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When Abstract Art Meets Architecture

Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley have been back for yet another round of their particular art scene: performance architecture. These two artists are veterans of the genre they invented, having lived together for short spans in “houses” designed after hamster … Continue reading

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The Morbid Anatomy Museum Showcases Dead Kittens

In what is probably New York’s strangest museum, the Morbid Anatomy Museum features exhibits centered on the theme of death. Their latest exhibit, Taxidermy: Art, Science & Immortality Featuring Walter Potter’s Kittens’ Wedding, is dark to say the least. Two … Continue reading

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Last Chance to Visit Rubin Museum’s Tibetan Buddhist Shrine

On October 23, 2015, Rubin Museum debuted their Sacred Spaces exhibition. The exhibit explores the concept of the holy. What makes a particular space holy? How do we use that space to connect with the divine? Who gets to decide … Continue reading

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Dis-Play / Re-Play

In Dis-Play / Re-Play, the exhibit organized by Prem Krishnamurthy and Walter Seidl for the Austrian Cultural Forum in the Austrian Embassy in New York City, six Austrian artists play with the idea of art exhibitions, specifically with the classic … Continue reading

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