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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»
It’s not every day that when you talk about New York being a window onto the world, you’re really talking about windows. But in a newly opened art installation, four artists have taken on the task of transforming downtown windows into works of art. 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»
Most music lovers would agree that the summer concert scene in the Big Apple is nothing short of unbeatable. Pounding techno, smooth jazz, eccentric indie and everything in between fills the city with such variety that there truly is something for everyone and you don't need to break the bank to attend. These are some of our favorite FREE festivals for summer 2011: More»
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World-renown composers and famous contemporary visual artists in one space? What more could one want in an evening? The second night of its US premiere, the visual and audio artists involved in the SHE WOLVES project transform another outdoor river space with the unique sounds and visual effects (it changes depending on the space) to awaken the mythological SHE WOLF.
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.