Located at the north end of Fifth Avenue's Museum Mile, El Museo del Barrio is New York City's only museum dedicated exclusively to Latin American and Latino art.
The museum boasts one of the world's most important collections of Western painting, sculpture and decorative arts. The art works can be seen in a domestic space (a mansion), the way the Frick family lived with them.
The George Way Collection is gathered mostly from local sources, considered by experts to be the largest collection of 16th- and 17th-century Dutch and English furniture outside the UK. The collection is housed in building C on the ground of the Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden.
The International Center of Photography is the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture. The ICP Museum hosts up to six exhibitions annually; these focused presentations reflect the past, present and future of imagemaking. Featuring a multi-level gallery and free public space, the ICP Museum inspires fresh dialogue about images as mediums of empowerment and as catalysts for social change.The ICP School is located at 1114 Avenue of the Americas and features more than 500 continuing education programs, as well as certificate and degree programs.
The Tibetan museum, a small complex of two fieldstone buildings, has a unique collection and offers new exhibitions, group tours, education programs, t'ai chi and meditation classes, lectures, music and performances year-round.
The Japan Society and Japan House showcase the fine, decorative and performing arts of Japan while also offering informative talks on the island nation. Exhibitions offer works ranging from the traditional to the contemporary.
With 277 seats, this modern, two-level facility has stadium-style seating and a small stage similar to a Shakespearean thrust.
This private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with individual and corporate members is dedicated solely to the promotion of greater awareness, understanding and cooperation between the people of the United States and Korea.
Our mission is to exhibit, preserve and foster the creation of LGBTQ art and artists which speaks directly to a gay and lesbian experience, including erotic, political, romantic and social imagery. We embrace this rich creative history by informing, inspiring, entertaining and challenging all who enter our doors.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art was incorporated in 1870 and moved to its present location in Central Park in 1880. It houses an encyclopedic collection of art objects from virtually all periods and continents.