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Electric Zoo dominates this week's scene, with main stage performances by David Guetta, Pretty Lights, Laidback Luke, and more. But if the art of electronica isn't your jam, take a ferry to Governors Island, where 4heads is hosting their annual Art Fair this Saturday. Or venture out to the Hamptons for a film screening hosted by Alec Baldwin. Or just relax, sit back, and enjoy this Labor Day Weekend art roundup. More»
New York City is home to some of the greatest art museums in the world, but there's so much more art to explore outside! The streets, parks and even rooftops of NYC are transforming into unique art exhibits that are worth visiting. Step outside and see the art come to life--for free! More»
August is coming to a close, and so are many of the summer exhibitions, so be sure and take one last stroll through your favorite Chelsea galleries before the season comes to a close. In other news, Liz Laser Magic plays an anchorwoman at Forever & Today, Frédéric Moffet organized a film series at New Museum, Gym Class Heroes headline this year's Afropunk Festival, and two brothers from Iran bring their art to Openhouse. Let's get this pARTy started. More»
This Friday, leave work early for the beach -- and watch artists Dustin Yellin, Ryan McNamara and more compete in Creative Time's inaugural Sandcastle Competition. Prefer to stay indoors? Con Artist and 154 Smart Clothes are celebrating summer Closing Parties, and The Hole is debuting its Adam Green exhibition. There's also a book launch featuring The Kills and a crash course on art collecting at Norwood. So grab some sunscreen, y'all, cause this week's art scene is just heating up. More»
If you can't hit the beach this weekend, ride the wave of Olympic victory down to Storefront for Art and Architecture, which just unveiled its ”The Post Olympic City" exhibition. There's also quite a few film festivals worth checking out, including GenArt, the New York City International Film Festival, and The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. More»
August has arrived, which means many of New York's gallerists have boarded up their windows and sailed for cooler climes. But there's still much to do, including the Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival, an Afro-Caribbean dance party at the Brooklyn Museum, and the Les Rogers opening at Half Gallery. Out in the Hamptons? Guild Hall is hosting their annual Clothesline Art Sale, as well as family-friendly fare like a screening of The Wizard of Oz. So click your heels three times, y'all -- there's no place like this week's art roundup. More»
While you've been Instagramming your summer, New York's art scene has been prepping for this season's best professional photography series, contemporary gallery showcases and experimental music sessions. Step onto the studio scene with the Chelsea Art Walk, wear your winning whites at the New Museum White Party and take a tour through an upstate New York art series. But before you do, get ready for this week's art roundup! More»
Love Me, or better known as Curtis Kulig, has taken over the streets as the cities biggest tag artist. New Yorkers have become familiar with the 'Love Me' stickers stuck to lamp posts and street signs all over Downtown Manhattan, but as some of Manhattanites tend to walk with tunnel vision, Kulig has taken over the Rivington Street rooftop view with a massive piece on the side of a building. So for the lonely city dwellers out there, you're not alone, because all of us want someone to love. [Photo via Matt Kruz]
Meet Miss Subways: she was once touted as smart, attractive, and driven. She may have been an aspiring actress, a hard-working student, a stewardess or secretary. And now, thirty or so years since she won her title, she and her fellow beauty queens will star in a forthcoming book and exhibition at the NYC Transit Museum. More»
There are notable events in the Hamptons this weekend, including artMRKT, an art fair featuring 40 international galleries and a 4-star barbecue. Back in New York City, be sure to check out "Ghosts in the Machine" a stellar group opening at the New Museum, as well as the 2nd Annual New York City Poetry Festival on Governor's Island. So whether you're on the sand or in the sidewalk, get ready for this week's New York art roundup. More»
New York is heating up, and so is its art scene, which features some sizzlin' summer parties: The Met Young Members Party, The Frick Collection Garden Party, and MoMA PS1's Warm Up. There's also the Lincoln Center screening of Christian Marclay's "The Clock," River Rocks 2012, and Bastille Day celebrations. So check the time, break out the French wine, and toast to this week's art roundup. More»
Wednesday, June 19
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.