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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»
There's a few art festivals in New York this week, including Lower Manhattan's River to River, Staten Island's Lumen, and the launch of Photoville--a popup photography village on the Brooklyn Waterfront. Also: Jonathan Safran Foer curates an exhibition for a fictional artist, AFA continues their Maurice Sendak Retrospective, and Ringo Starr MSPaints for charity. Let the wild rumpus begin! More»
It's Spring, and art is blossoming at the New York Botanical Garden, which has painstakingly recreated the lush gardens of Monet's Giverny. Also this week: the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program engages in "Creative Destruction," Maria José Arjona instructs on how to kiss, and surrealist Daniel Merriam presents watercolors of "The Greatest Show on Earth." There's even an Open Studios on Governors Island. So catch the next ferry, and check out this week's art scene. More»
Thursday, May 23
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.