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Art collectors and enthusiasts eager to see new works and discover the most exciting artists can rejoice; New York Art Week is finally here! Throughout the weekend, some of the biggest names in the industry will present their latest work, while rising talents will get the opportunity to draw in new fans. Art fairs provide the opportunity for casual observers to see a vast amount work in one place, and while Frieze is the center-piece of the weekend, there are enough fairs to satisfy any kind of art-lover. To keep track of all of them, click through for our guide to the major fairs taking place in NYC this weekend!
Roses are red, violets are blue, and although New York Fashion Week is upon us, Valentine's Day is too! We've been all eyes on the runway recently, but we're starting to gear up for Valentine's Day with this collection of love-themed essays (and a box - or two - of chocolates). From Nora Ephron to Woody Allen, here are some wise and witty words on love and New York City to get you in the "write" mood for Valentine's Day. More»
Whether you are an avid Swan Lake fan or you were just dragged along by a friend who is, you're in luck this season. We've spotted a number of heartthrobs on stage, who will be reason enough for you to attend the ballet. Check out five of the ballet world's newest, hottest, male dancers, and find out where they will be performing this year.
Ah, autumn. The season of new notebooks and backpacks and pencil erasers. Of Crayola sets and chalked sidewalks and serious childhood nostalgia (thanks for indulging us for a moment...). It's back to school season alright, but even if you won't be waiting for the bus come Monday morning, that doesn't mean that you can't still be schooled in the topics that are likely too cool for school anyways. More»
This summer's not over yet and here in NYC, you can never get enough of the theater. Luckily, we've rounded up the best of musicals, plays and other theater events you should check out before the summer ends. More»
We've already seen the beauty of the Hamptons beaches from above, and now photographer Navid Baraty captures the incredible bustle of the city with his series of vertigo-inducing photos. Navid takes his camera to the top of the city's tallest skyscrapers and leans off the edge to reveal the movement of city life below. More»
They say if you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. This is the mecca for any dreamer - especially for young aspiring artists. Check out these young photographers who have made a name for themselves in the cut-throat photography world in NYC. More»
Although the Beastie Boys may have sworn by "No Sleep Till Brooklyn," Brooklyn never sleeps. On Friday night, the Brooklyn community ushered in the 2012 summer arts festival season with an evening of cocktails, conversation and a concert in Williamsburg. More»
As New Yorkers, we like to think that we're flexible: we take the 1 train when the 2 isn't running, we'll go for an espresso when the regular coffee is still brewing, we'll even settle for standing room only admission when our favorite band comes to town. More»
Starting on May 2nd, graffiti around the city will be getting a modern update with a new kind of tag called "sound graffiti." NYC-based creative agency CNNCTD+ is behind the project, which according to Paper Mag
"aims to highlight cross-pollination between fashion, music, street art, nightlife and youth culture via sound recordings placed throughout Manhattan."
There will be 100 Playbuttons located throughout the city, but before they hit the streets they'll be on display at a private show at the New Museum on May 1st. More»
Sunday, May 26
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.