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Museum Day is on Saturday, which means that the Phillips Collection and the Corcoran are free, in addition to the Smithsonian. Here is a look at some of the hot exhibitions you won't want to miss, from Jennie C. Jones' Higher Resonance at the Hirshhorn to Jeanne Silverthorne's wacky rubber sculptures at the Phillips Collection:
One of the best parts about living in New York City is the opportunity to witness public art on every corner. Whether it’s the high-rise architecture, public monuments or renegade street artists, there is always something to make you take a second look and appreciate NYC’s creative energy. More»
You know a house whose owners have the nerve to give it its own name has to be pretty fantastic. That's probably why Jeffrey Deitch targeted Max and Lubov Azria's Holmby Hills estate, La Maison du Soleil, as the venue for the celebration of MOCA's new exhibition. It was certainly a fancy enough place to host a sophisticated artsy crowd for the the swanky, intimate affair. More»
This Friday, Guild Hall revealed its new exhibit with a cocktail hour at the theater, followed by a private dinner at the oceanfront home of Julie and Bobby Taubman. Leaving little open for interpretation, Barbara Kruger's "Plenty" got her message out to Hamptonites loud and clear. More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.