This retrospective of Indian-born American artist Zarina Hashmi is the first major exploration of the artist’s career, charting a developmental arc from her work in the 1960s to the present and includes many seminal works from the late 1960s and early 1970s, woodblock prints, etchings and lithographs, and a ...
Assembled by the New York connoisseur Wheelock Whitney between 1972 and 2000, this collection reveals a rich tradition of painting out of doors nearly a century before Impressionism, thus amplifying the role of the natural world as a source of inspiration to artists on the cusp of the modern epoch.
Bringing together more than 160 works on paper by such iconic artists as Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, Leonora Carrington, and Joan Miró, this is the first major exhibition to explore the central role of drawing in surrealism, one of the most important movements in 20th-century art.
"Totem" traces the fascinating journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. The characters evolve on a stage evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin for many ancient civilizations.
Joshua Liner Gallery is proud to announce the opening of its new home in the Chelsea Arts District. To celebrate this milestone move, the gallery is pleased to present Direct Address, an inaugural group exhibition featuring works in diverse media by longtime gallery figures as well as new additions to ...
Something has happened to Mr. Joy, a Chinese-American who has run a shoe-repair shop in Harlem for decades. Through multi-character storytelling, Mr. Joy's customers and others discover the nature of the incident, and realize the impact he has had on their lives and their changing community.
In March and April, 2013 ADK Shakespeare presents the first installment of The Kingship Cycle, concurrent productions of William Shakespeare’s early English History Plays: 1, 2, 3 Henry VI and Richard III.
In honor of Immigrant Heritage Week, this scavenger hunt will teach you about the daily life of the workers, many of them immigrants, who ensured that the Mount Vernon Hotel operated smoothly in the 19th century.