Piecing it Together
Honor the legacy of those who perished 100 years ago in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, by learning what their life was like with a step back in time. Located in a tenement apartment recreated to accurately reflect the time period, you will learn what life was like for those living in the most densely populated area of the city.
The colorful works of Judith Linhares depict a playful view of Eden. The scenes depicted make you feel as if you are spying on someone through a telescope and allowed into their secret room.
The works of Tomory Dodge definitely explore abstract art to its fullest, but the results are so intriguing you won’t want to stop looking. This seven piece exhibit is on display through April 2, so be sure to add it to visit before then.
156 Tenth Avenue @ 20th Street
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Alyson Schwartz is the author of the blog Ribbons of Thought, which features musings
on topics from fashion to NYC living including fun activities, food and unique finds.