Art & Museums
Who is on the outside and who is in "the in"? A gallery devoted to artists with mental illness explores the question, through Jun. 18.
Charles James: Beyond Fashion at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is arguably the most anticipated exhibition of the spring season.
Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe is the first comprehensive exhibition in the U.S. devoted to the early-20th-century art movement. It’s a blast!
The newest art installation to hit Madison Square Park, This Land Is Your Land by Iván Navarro (on view thru Apr. 13), reminds us that the U.S. is a nation of immigrants.
In his heyday—the Gilded Age—Swedish artist Anders Zorn (1860-1920) was famous and revered. Check out his work at the National Academy Museum.
Asia Week, March 14-22, is nine days of fabulous excess.
Put a frame around something and hang it in public. Is this art? Ask the Museum of the City of New York’s City as Canvas: Graffiti Art From the Martin Wong Collection.
Inspired by the new exhibition at the Morgan Library & Museum, The Little Prince: A New York Story, I reread Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s tale yesterday.
The 30-foot "Lego Wall" at YOTEL allows you to build your way to a free three-night-stay at the hotel, thru Mar. 31.
The pleasures of the Winter Antiques Show, like the antiques themselves, are varied and many. While I enjoy seeing dealers from all over the world gathered within the Park Avenue Armory's soaring hall, I also delight in the juxtaposition of local purveyors under one roof, their booths a distilled version of their stores or warehouses. In effect, you can tour almost all of the city's many antiques-rich neighborhoods within the space of a few hours at the show. Let's virtually visit of the some of this year's treasures, all courtesy of the vendors of New York.