A trip to the Morrison Hotel Gallery, where fine art photography celebrates great musical icons. A look at the painting “Washington Crossing the Delaware” on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A curator’s tour of the Morris-Jumel Mansion and an interview with artist Tom Otterness.
For more than 25 years the MTA’s Arts for Transit program has been responsible for transforming our underground into a vast canvas for public art. Mosaics, glass, bronze and other materials now adorn the previously decaying and forgotten walls and corridors of our subways. This week NYC-ARTS focuses on Tom Otterness’s, “Life Underground.”
Elizabeth Kornhauser takes us through the American Wing Galleries at the Met to view a special piece called “Washington Crossing the Delaware.”
Morrison Hotel Gallery represents some of the most admired names in fine art music photography, bringing together buyers and connoisseurs with photographers in intimate shows at their Soho space. NYC-ARTS visited Morrison Hotel throughout its 10th anniversary year, speaking to legends like Henry Diltz, Bob Gruen, and Joel Bernstein.