Monthly Archives: July 2017

Highland Park’s First Art Installation Consists of Giant Flowers

Highland Park (located in Brooklyn near Queens) is a renovated reservoir park on a high hill in the thick of the city with views that include East New York, the Rockaways, and the ocean. It has a playground and a … Continue reading

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Fans of Alexander Calder Can Now See His Sculptures in Motion at the Whitney

Collectors of Alexander Calder‘s sculptural art have a conundrum—his pieces were made to move, but displaying them that way risks damaging the delicate mobiles. A single piece may have hundreds of delicate wire links and joints. But they are meant … Continue reading

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Love to Draw? Check out The Sketchbook Project

Hidden in an unassuming building on a Brooklyn street serrated with empty lots and construction projects is a secret gem. High white shelves line an airy, quiet room with “welcome” written across the wall. Each shelf is jam-packed with varicolored … Continue reading

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