The Morgan Library & Museum is a natural fit for Henry David Thoreau.
It isn't a well-known museum in NYC, but it should be.
The treasure house celebrates the 10th birthday of its Renzo Piano-designed expansion with a weekend of free events, April 15–17.
The past illuminates the present at the Tenement Museum.
The full range of Picasso’s sculpture is on view in a don’t-miss exhibit.
The “Mysteries at the Museum” host takes us to gold mines, the world's most amazing museums and "the strangest place ever."
Is scent an art? The Museum of Arts and Design says so.
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum tells the story of the immigrants who occupied 97 Orchard Street since 1863.
WARNING: Do not trust your eyes.
The standard rules of visual perception do not apply at James Turrell’s Iltar, an otherworldly component of the minimalist master’s eponymous exhibit that has taken over the winding walls of the Guggenheim. Sure, there has been a lot of buzz about Aten Reign, his colorful light installation that transformed Frank Lloyd Wright’s fabled atrium into an elite, space-age rainbow room, but a wholly different, and seemingly underrated, kind of transcendent experience awaits visitors a few flights up.