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Due to Art Basel Miami Beach, New York is quiet this week, in terms of art events. There's still a few fun happenings however: Amos Poe screenings at New Museum, Sunday Sessions at MoMA, a tribute to John Cage, the 8th Annual Small Works Show, The Economist's World in 2013 Festival, a tuba concert in Rockefeller Center, and more. Check it out! More»
Yoko Ono lunches at the Brooklyn Museum. The Met's Apollo Circle throws its annual black-tie benefit. GLAAD and Countess LuAnn auction art. PINTA spices up the scene with Latin American art. MoMA debates performance anxieties. Ed Ruscha opens at Gagosian. All this and more, on this week's NYC art scene. More»
Here is a round up of the most recent Instagram photos of New York City street art. From How and Nosm's mural designed days after the hurricane at Houston & Bowery, to Nick Walker's new installation on Little West 12th street, we've found some of the best NYC street art captured on Instagram. We gave points for originality too.
The Guggenheim goes black-tie for Picasso. The New York Comedy Festival starts a riot. Bjarne Melgaard throws a novel opening on the UES. MoMA opens doors for RECESS. Electronic music electrifies Brooklyn. And Artlog crawls through SoHo. All this and more, on this week's art round up.
The Met throws a Warhol costume party. Fernando Botero takes up space at Marlborough Gallery. Jeff Koons talks Pablo Picasso at the Guggenheim. The Chelsea Art District hosts a festival of sound. "The Scream" comes to MoMA. And Anne Hathaway sings for her supper. Listen up: art demands to be heard on this week's round up. More»
Celebrities "Take Home a Nude" at Sotheby's. Artists talk urban transportation at Conflux. Chuck Close does Cindy Sherman at Pace Gallery. Michal Chelbin captures Russian prisoners on camera. A film festival feeds its patrons. And the Met asks: Is Andy Warhol the Most Influential Artist of the Last Fifty Years? Find out, on this week's NYC art round up. More»
Time to take a walk on the wild side. [Photo via @egravell]
This week, the Dance Gallery Festival leaps onto the scene. Yoko talks art with the New York Times. Bruce Campbell summons the Evil Dead to New York Comic Con. Ryan Foerster brings art back to nature. A Creative Time conference confronts inequity. And Brian Tolle fills Reagan's head with Jelly Belly candy. All this and more, on the NYC art roundup. More»
Christian Louboutin and Lena Dunham polish their monocles at The New Yorker Festival. Patti Astor books a gig at Clic Gallery. Marilyn Monroe headlines at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Mark Flood blacklights a basement. MoMA celebrates 50 years of James Bond. Shaken, not stirred: here's your New York art roundup. More»
Here at Guest of a Guest, we love all things quirky, creative, and fun, and what's a better representation of those things than the different kinds of street art in NYC? Here's an instagram round up of some of our favorite street art images, both old and new, which highlights the work of NYC street artists.
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.