At the New York Historical Society, Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine points to both the grave challenges faced by New Yorkers, and their strength.
The show on Gus Wagner offers a rare look into the artist’s life through his 150-page scrapbook, which has photographs, sketches, postcards, press clippings, and more.
On April 29, the museum will reopen its fourth floor with a Gallery of Tiffany Lamps, Center for Women’s History, and new space for permanent collection highlights.
The New-York Historical Society explores three centuries of Gotham’s relationship to the tattoo through vintage images, electric pens, and live demonstrations.
The New-York Historical Society’s new center is making its debut with an exhibition about the overlooked political contributions of the former First Lady.
The society is partnering with the MTA on the archival effort, as well as inviting visitors to leave new sticky-note messages for the President-elect on a wall at the museum.
Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Festivus (Cristivuskwanzakkah?) is upon us, but that’s no excuse to miss your weekly dose of Art Rx. In fact, we’re forcing a spoonful of holiday spirit down your throat with a selection of events for everyone, no matter what holiday you celebrate …