Rafael Pi Roman interviews independent filmmaker and Tribeca resident Edward Burns, who made his most recent film, “Newlyweds,” for a paltry $9,000.
Profile: Edward Burns
The Annenberg Collection includes more than 50 works by 18 of the most renowned artists working in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries, among them Manet, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin and Picasso. The collection was assembled by Walter H. Annenberg ...
Cynthia Lee, curator of the Museum of Chinese in America, walks us through a general store installation and a multimedia courtyard. She talks about the 1882 Exclusion Act, which stopped Chinese immigration, and the prevalence of Chinese restaurants in America.
The Boppard Gallery takes its name from the six large, stained-glass windows that come from the Carmelite church of Boppard on the Rhine near Koblenz that date from 1440–46. Tapestry hangings, Spanish lusterware, aquamanilia and fine examples of German late Gothic silversmiths' work are ...
NYC-ARTS chats with filmmaker Ed Burns and goes on a tour of the Impressionist galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Christina Ha starts things off at the Morgan Library & Museum, then we get a sneak peek at Nora Chipaumire's piece for the Next Wave Festival, and more.
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