Alexander Calder invented the mobile. That makes Calder a genius.
A one-room exhibition at the Whitney celebrates Calder’s “mobiles” and a few of his lesser-known “stabiles”. 227 more words
NYC bodegas are vibrant and lively at all operating hours, and the 8 ‘Till Late bodega is no different. Taking inspiration from an NYC bodega, artist Lucy Sparrow opened up a pop-up art exhibit in the Chelsea Standard Hotel where all the items in the bodega were created out of felt. 385 more words
In Brooklyn Bridge Park, right next to the Hudson, there’s a round pool of water. From a distance it looks like a kids’ play pool but as you get closer its visceral power becomes clear: this is no place for toddlers to splash around, this is Anish Kapoor’s “Descension” 163 more words
Situated in a former freight elevator down the otherwise nondescript Cortlandt Alley, you’ll find NYC’s smallest museum: Mmuseumm.
Mmuseumm opened five years ago, with a mission to review the intricacies of our world through mini collections of (tiny) objects. 220 more words
Earth to Sky ~ Debra Drexler Opening Reception Wednesday 29th March 6pm – 8pm. On view March 29th – April 16th. Artist Talk Sunday April 2nd 2pm-4pm. 320 more words