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Seamen in The Whitney

“I think the picture portrays an enjoyable side of Navy life. I think it would make a good recruiting poster. I will raise my prices.” 732 more words

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What Does New York Do To An Artist's Work?

You have to ride an escalator to get the full view of sculptor Crystal Wagner’s latest artwork. It curls up the walls of Viacom corporate headquarters in Times Square and into the company’s second-floor lobby. 1,014 more words

The collision of art, nature, and mankind

Be innovative, but restrained. Embrace boldness, but be conscious of the historical environment. Create a timeless landmark, but do so in hurried time frame. The lofty expectations set upon architects are inherently contradictory. 204 more words


Shake-Up at One of City's Top PR Agencies as Nadine Johnson's Head of Arts Goes Rogue

Adam Abdalla, for five years the right-hand-man to powerhouse public relations veteran Nadine Johnson on arts and culture clients and events, is starting his own consulting agency: Cultural Counsel. 278 more words

Pull up a Chair...........at the new WHITNEY MUSEUM

The new home of the WHITNEY MUSEUM of AMERICAN ART is now in the meat packing district in Manhattan.

These chairs scattered about the terrace make this new museum a fun place to hang out. 27 more words


Finding Yoko Ono's New York

NEW YORK — In the winter of 1971, Yoko Ono mounted her first exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, a two-week show she announced with a small ad in the Village Voice. 2,254 more words


Happy Birthday, Carmen Herrera!

We join El Museo del Barrio in wishing a very happy birthday to Cuban artist Carmen Herrera. The abstract, minimalist painter, who turned 100 years old yesterday, celebrated a solo show  491 more words