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A Brief History of New York at N-Y Historical Society
"A Brief History of New York" includes Sam Roberts' choices for objects that, together, "constitute a unique history of New York." (read the story...)

The smART List - Fall 2014
Fall 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Fall for Dance, Cher, the top exhibitions, and Blythe Danner in The Country House. (read the story...)

The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec at MoMA
A stunning collection of posters, lithographs, and more. (read the story...)

In a World of Their Own: Coney Island Photographs by Aaron Rose at MCNY
Featuring 70 images taken by Rose in Brooklyn's Coney Island during the 1960s (read the story...)

Urbes Mutantes: Latin American Photography 1944-2013 at the International Center of Photography
A major survey of street photography of cities during decades of social upheaval (read the story...)

Jasper Johns: Regrets at the Museum of Modern Art
MoMA presents the American art icon’s most recent series of paintings, drawings, and prints (read the story...)

Madeline in New York at the New-York Historical Society
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Madeline’s publication, the New-York Historical Society will be saluting the beloved schoolgirl and her creator. (read the story...)

Kandinsky Before Abstraction, 1901-1911 at the Guggenheim
An intimate presentation of sixteen early paintings and woodcuts (read the story...)

NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial at the Museum of Arts & Design
Opening July 1 and scheduled through October 12, the Museum of Arts & Design presents their first exhibition with new director Glenn Adamson (read the story...)

Jeff Koons: A Retrospective at the Whitney Museum
The Whitney Museum’s final exhibition in their building on the Upper East Side is a once-in-a-lifetime retrospective of Jeff Koons (read the story...)

At the MAD Museum... Re: Collection
After 16 years with MAD, its chief curator emeritus, David McFadden, has assembled a show of 70 works of sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, furniture, textiles, and other media, many never displayed. (read the story...)

Charles James: Glamour, Greatness & Gowns
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s newly rechristened Anna Wintour Costume Center, the legendary couturier is being honored for his lasting influence in the annals of haute couture. (read the story...)

The Italian Futurists
On exhibit at the Guggenheim, the little-known, but influential work of the 20th century avant-garde movement that rejected Italy’s static past. (read the story...)

Jewelry by JAR: A Rare Treat for the Eyes — and Soul
Reclusive jewelry designer Joel Arthur Rosenthal, known professionally as JAR, is very particular about matching the masterpieces he crafts with the just-right owner. (read the story...)

Reliving the Armory Show of 1913
With 100+ masterworks from Duchamp, Matisse, Picasso, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Van Gogh, among others, the New-York Historical Society looks back at the groundbreaking exhibit, and why it was considered so shocking (read the story...)

Cecil Beaton's Eye on the Stage
Sketches and photos for My Fair Lady and Coco and costumes for La Traviata and Turandot shine a light on the iconic photographer/designer's keen theatrical sensibility. (read the story...)

Diego Rivera: Master Muralist
For the first time in 80 years, five of the eight “portable murals” highlighted in his celebrated 1931 retrospective at MoMA are on view at the museum. (read the story...)

Late Night Hours for the Final Weekend of the Alexander McQueen Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Cristóbal Balenciaga: An Amazing Exhibit on The Material Man
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Home and Design
At MoMA, MAD and the Met, the household aesthetic, especially in the kitchen, is the subject of three unusual shows. (read the story...)

Living Large at MoMA
For the first time in more than 40 years, some 300 works from the Abstract Expressionist movement that shook the art world with both their size and their artistic aims are being displayed together. (read the story...)

NYC's Smaller Museums: Unlocking Mysteries at the Rubin Museum of Art
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NYC's Smaller Museums: Otto Dix at the Neue Galerie
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NYC's Smaller Museums: Rafael Ferrer at El Museo del Barrio
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NYC's Smaller Museums: Durer at The Morgan
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