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It’s only a matter of time before something considered “low brow” makes the leap to high culture. Just look at the Museum of Modern Art, one of the world’s leading cultural institutions, located in Midtown Manhattan. [...]
Most museums have a “look but don’t touch” policy. (And indeed if you do lay hands on a priceless Pollack, for example, you may find yourself unceremoniously tossed out on the NYC streets!). But at the [...]
You don’t have to be a child to enjoy the Museum of Modern Art’s new “Century of the Child: Growing By Design” exhibit. (Though after getting a good look at some of the 20th century’s coolest [...]
With world-class museums like the Metropolitan and MoMA as well as entire neighborhoods where you can’t toss a bagel without hitting a gallery, there’s no argument that New York City is the North American epicenter of [...]
Forget dinner and a movie, at the Museum of Modern Art you can have dinner and a movie AND see the world’s best collection of modern masterpieces — all without leaving the same building in Midtown [...]
More women live in New York City than in most states in the U.S., so it should come as no surprise that we take celebrating Women’s History Month seriously here. And this March is no exception, [...]
From French modern masterpieces to a contemporary photography retrospective that has everyone talking, new exhibitions at New York’s top museums are giving visitors to the city a good reason to stay indoors for the month of [...]