The Art Students League of New York, one of America’s premier art schools, presents the Model to Monument Program (M2M), a collaboration with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation that has culminated in the installation of the monumental sculpture, "BioMask," at Van Cortlandt Park.
"Painterly Pasted Pictures" features collages on loan from important private collections, with a concentration on works by the artists of the Abstract Expressionist generation as well as several artists of the broader successive movements.
Curious as to how “Snappy” the turtle got her name? Want to watch the snake gobble up a mouse? Join the Audubon Center’s trained staff in learning what it takes to care for these amazing creatures and even assist in an actual feeding.
The Butterfly Conservatory is a re-creation of a tropical forest environment filled with over 500 live butterflies. Stroll along a winding pathway surrounded by the varied leaves of tropical plants and trees and a riot of vibrant blossoms as monarchs, zebra longwings, paper kites, and other butterfly species flutter by.
Movie producer Bunty Berman has long been the toast of Bombay, but now Raj, his biggest star and best friend, is losing his luster. When their new movie bombs, Bunty must navigate through divas, mobsters and ambitious tea boys to keep his studio alive.
Beau is the gay personal assistant to a famous (and famously demanding) romance novelist, Cecile Collins. His longtime boyfriend dumps him on his 30th birthday, just as he is helping Cecile plan her wedding. An old frenemy makes a reappearance, and Beau must re-evaluate his choices and plans. "I Wanna ...
This retrospective is the definitive exhibition to date of the work of Jay DeFeo (1929–89). unconventional approach to materials and intensive, physical process make DeFeo a unique figure in postwar American art who defies easy categorization. The full breadth of her work will be presented for the first time in ...
For this exhibition, the museum took inspiration from Allen Ruppersberg's ongoing series "Honey, I rearranged the Collection," initiated in 2000 and that puts in check the role of institutions, curators and collectors as the bearers of tradition and arbiters of taste.