NYC-ARTS Full Episode: August 29, 2013
Since joining the New-York Historical Society in June 2004, Louise Mirrer has reinvigorated the museum’s commitment to fostering a greater public understanding of our culture. A historian in her own right, she is “making history matter.”
The Wisteria Dining Room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a French Art Nouveau room created between 1910 and 1914, designed by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer, a French artist and decorator. It was a style characterized by the interest in nature and by asymmetry. Notice ...
NYC-ARTS pays a visit to some of the finest galleries in the West Chelsea arts district.
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