The warm weather makes it a lot more enjoyable to explore New York City, including its prime tourist attractions like Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, High Line, and Central Park. During the summer, the city also offers many free activities, from Shakespeare in the
With more than 1,000 art galleries, New York City is one of the greatest metropolitan areas for shopping around for art. From Chelsea to Brooklyn, each gallery offers a unique opportunity to discover new talent and find one-of-a-kind pieces that appeal to your particular tastes.
In the age of the “selfie,” painting a portrait may seem like a lost art. But it is very much alive at the National Portrait Gallery, which recently held the BP Portrait Awards. The National Portrait Gallery was founded in 1856 to collect portraits of
Not only does New York steal some good theater from London, but the Frieze Art Fair has now become a New York art show and part of the established New York art scene. Direct from London, the Frieze Art Fair landed on New York Randall’s
By Donald Scarinci: The second annual New York Audio show held at the NY Palace April 12-14 featured the biggest names in the audio and home theater market. New audiophile quality products were brought together for a hands on and ears on experience. Conference rooms
Do you find art compilations that span several years of an artist’s career fascinating? If so, Song Dong’s new two-venue exhibit, “Doing Nothing,” may interest you. The contemporary Chinese artist features an exhibit that compiles two decades of his most promising work, a mixture of
The 12.12.12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden was one of those concerts that people will remember like the concert for Bangla Desh and Live Aid. It brought in millions of dollars to help victims. By the Robin Hood Foundation’s count,