Elvis Presley. Marlon Brando. Andy Warhol. The A-list trifecta of music, film and art is going on the auction block at Christie’s in November.
The nationwide exhibit launched Monday and runs through Aug. 31.
Grab your walking shoes and your subway card and get ready to experience the American debut of a rolling art exhibit.
Surrounded by melting molasses figurines of child slaves is the centerpiece: a giant sphinx, 35 feet tall, 75 feet long, and coated with 40 tons of pure white sugar.
The announcement was made at the Bronx Museum of the Arts. It was accompanied by music from a middle school orchestra.
Sculpture gardens offer the best of two lovely worlds: art and nature. Here are five in New York worth exploring and enjoying.
In the edition we saw this week, WLNY’s Toni Senecal indulged her creative side with a trip to one of Brooklyn’s best chocolatiers, looked at an ecologically aware art display, and stretched her legs in the Tri-State area’s most creative race.
New York City is full of great dog walks, runs and parks. City parks have four designations for dogs: no dogs allowed, dogs on leash, off-leash and dog runs.
In a heist that was caught on video in March, thieves were seen running down a Williamsburg Street with paintings taken from a nearby gallery.
Sean Leonard said he was eager to see the suspect who allegedly stole nearly $30,000 of art work from his Williamsburg gallery, punished.
Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder are spending that time precariously atop a giant hamster-like wheel in Williamsburg, CBS 2’s Tony Aiello reported.
A racy video shot between stacks of books at Columbia University has gone viral, and while the students who made the video have called it art, others have deemed it lewd and pornographic.
Our picks for the best date-friendly museums in New York include masculine attractions such as guns, planes, trains, dinosaur bones, and even sex tapes.
The grandstand walls at Aqueduct Racetrack have been transformed into a street art exhibit which will last until the end of the year. Works by both local and international artists are featured at the show, which includes 11 pieces.
“Three Studies of Lucian Freud” was purchased for $142.4 million at Christie’s postwar and contemporary art sale on Tuesday night.