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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.
This weekend, Brooklyn's art community took to Dumbo's streets, walls, and waterfronts for the 16th Annual Dumbo Arts Festival. Featuring 500 artists' work, the festival defied the stormy weather forecast with bold colors, bright lights, and Manhattan Bridge attractions. From sculptures to projection pieces to performance art, here are some of our favorite shots from the weekend! More»
When it comes to our culture calendars, we're already looking forward to October. But there's an elephant in the room when it comes to upcoming festival talk, and its name is Dumbo. This weekend, over 500 artists and 200,000 visitors will head down under the Manhattan Bridge for the 16th Annual Dumbo Arts Festival. From September 28-30, the borough is celebrating its creative community with free live performances, art installations, and more. To help you navigate DUMBO's artistic ins and outs, we're mapping out everything you need to know about this weekend's Dumbo Arts Festival! More»
Mickalene Thomas and the Dumbo Arts Festival light up Brooklyn. The Princess Bride reunites with Westley at the 50th New York Film Festival. MoMA PS1 is selling art books. And Pratt gets political. All this and more, on this week's art round up. More»
Brooklyn has a few exciting happenings this week, including Le Grand Fooding New York and the Brooklyn Book Festival, which features talks by world-class authors Paul Auster, Sapphire, and (whoa) Tony Danza. In Manhattan, artist Tatzu Nishi has created an elevated living room for the Christopher Columbus statue atop Columbus Circle, and the Venus Over Manhattan gallery celebrates a late-night opening reception for Peter Coffin. All this and more, on this week's art roundup. More»
There's a flurry of fashionable openings this week, including Richard Phillips' portraits of Lindsay Lohan, a new large-scale work by Thomas Hirschhorn, and a surprising artistic foray by Macaulay Culkin. Also, don't miss ballet performances at The Kitchen that bring to life the photography of Elad Lassry. We know y'all are busy with Fashion Week, but take some time to watch the artwork--and sashay away to this week's roundup. More»
Fall is finally here and it's time to get excited for fall fashion, apple cider, Halloween and new art exhibits. We've rounded up a variety of new exhibitions around the city, complete with Andy Warhol, Frank Lloyd Wright and one of the American Museum of Natural History's most popular exhibitions! More»
It's September in New York, which means the art world has returned from its summer siesta, paint brush and pinot grigio (or PBR) in hand. It will be hard to walk through the city without stumbling into an opening reception, but fortunately, the LES has organized a fashionable tour of many of the neighborhood galleries. Some of our favorite happenings include Eddie Martinez at Half Gallery, Bill Saylor at the Bowery Hotel Basement Annex, and the LIC Arts Open. On this week's roundup, it's all about enjoying the shows. More»
Tuesday, June 18
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.