Located in the world's foremost vertical metropolis, the museum is dedicated to the study of tall buildings as objects of design, products of technology, sites of construction, investments in real estate, places of work and residence and instances of aesthetic expression.
Socrates Sculpture Park is the principal outdoor site for contemporary sculpture in New York City. Set on a small cove off the East River, the 4.5-acre park consists of a large open space encircled by rock gardens, specially built walls, walkways and areas of wild grasses and boulders lining the waterfront. The sculpture has the dramatic Manhattan skyline as a backdrop.
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum exhibits the best in 20th-century art and contemporary art.
South Street Seaport Museum is a cultural institution dedicated to telling the story of the rise of New York as a port city and its critical role in the development of the United States. The Museum uses its historic buildings and ships to provide interactive exhibits, education, and experiences.
Pier 17 is a mixed-use pier that holds shops, eateries, summer arts events and exhibition spaces. The pier extends into the East River and is across the street from the South Street Seaport Museum (a separate entity) and historic buildings.
Art, film, fashion, gastronomy, literature, music, performing arts...your source of Spanish culture by The Consulate General of Spain in New York City.
With nine permanent exhibits, walk-in Up4Art weekend workshops, Kidz Cook workshops, as well as Tot's Time Plus and more, the Staten Island Children's Museum has been exercising children's minds, bodies and imaginations since 1974. It's located in the Snug Harbor campus of arts attractions.
Especially for thinkers, doers and the curious who are seeking diverse and engaging experiences in a unique setting, Staten Island Museum is the place for exploring the dynamic connection between natural science, art and history since 1881.We share our passion for the world we live in through innovative exhibitions based on our multi-disciplinary collections, intellectually stimulating programs, scholarly research and enriching partnerships.
The museum collects, researches and interprets the work of African-American artists and artists of African descent. It is the nexus for artists of African descent---locally, nationally and internationally---and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture.