Activists condemned Gustavo Cisneros, husband to trustee Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, for his connections to mining in the Dominican Republic.
A protester and former MoMA educator says she was struck in the face several times by a guard after the museum blocked entry to protesters and timed ticket holders.
See how a historic monument to graffiti art was unrecognizably transformed into a luxury high rise with the personality of a sad hotel lobby.
Starting March 26, view an outdoor sculpture installation on Park Avenue at 70th Street among exhibition highlights.
At the New York-based program for professional curatorial training, faculty and international guests provide expertise and a network of connections.
Museums, parks, and theaters as well as sports and recreational businesses have been more impacted than any other economic sector in the city.
On view through spring 2022, Mildred Howard’s “The House That Will Not Pass For Any Color Than Its Own,” builds on the public art legacy of Manhattan’s Battery Park City.
Earn MFA and MA degrees in Studio Art, Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice, Art History, and Art Education at the City College of New York.
The priority application deadline is April 1, 2021.
In the docuseries Pretend It’s a City, cultural commentator Fran Lebowitz leads a talking tour of the city.
The New York-based, globally linked professional curatorial training program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2021.