Get your culture fix this weekend. Check out one – or all – of these exhibits on display this weekend at some of New York’s best art galleries.
A new multimedia installation in Manhattan will offer new ways to see and interpret Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”
Everyday classic Dutch life becomes abstract on a Spanish painter’s canvas. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler has more at the MET in an exhibition called “Miro: The Dutch Interiors.”
A loved one dying is a difficult time for anyone, but it’s especially difficult for children, who often don’t have the words or emotional maturity to deal with their grief. But kids still need a way to cope with their grief after the death of someone close.
“The Vision of a Genius” will run from Nov. 3 to April 30, 2011.
NEW YORK (AP) — In an uptown bistro, not far from the studio where as a child he watched his father paint bold abstract masterpieces, Earl Davis contemplates the greatest loss of his life. Not […]
YouTube art is on display on the Upper East Side.
If you’re going to be spending time indoors, make the most of a rainy day and hit up one of New York City’s many museums.
Covet the satisfaction that comes with creating art, jewelry, or clothing with your own two hands?
A very unassuming sign that reads “Sundial Farm” leads the way off Route 134 in Ossining.
In this segment of Eye On New York, CBS 2 visits The Whitney Museum of American Art, where a beautiful watercolor exhibition is on display.
Hundreds of middle school students participated in a project that let them speak out on important issues, as CBS 2′s Cindy Hsu reports, not with their voices, but with their art.