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Few cities have been the subject of as many films as New York. With so much to see, where do you begin? Thankfully, the Mayor Mike Bloomberg and the good people at the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting have made a handy interactive map to help you find your favorite film locations all throughout the city. And the ... Read More »

New York International Latino Film Festival

It’s a great week for film in New York City — the 10th annual New York International Latino Film Festival. Presented by HBO, the festival runs from today, July 27, through Sunday, August 2. With outdoor screenings, premieres, music showcases and more, we’re super-excited for the festival, hosted by SVA (on W. 23rd Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues) and ... Read More »

Starring: New York

Spring is in the air. And in New York that means one thing — the Tribeca Film Festival is back. From April 22 through May 3 take in more than 100 features and shorts at Robert De Niro’s famous festival. While the beautiful people descend on the city for the annual cinema extravaganza, the festival’s hottest ticket is sure to ... Read More »

News: Yorkshire Museum Reopens

  York is one of our favorite places in Great Britain to visit and now its already wonderful Yorkshire Museum has reopened after a £2 million facelift that lasted almost a year. The refurbishment is the biggest since the museum first opened its doors in 1830 and was entitled ‘Let the Light In’ due to opening of long shuttered windows ... Read More »

Focus on the Bowery at New Museum

  In Art + NYC: A Complete Guide to New York City Art and Artists, we show you our favorite art-related places all around the city. Of them, few are as creatively fertile as the Bowery during the second half of the 20th century.     A lot has changed as artist lofts have turned to luxury condos, a brand-new ... Read More »

News: RIP Cy Twombly

Yesterday, one of the greatest living artists, Cy Twombly passed away in Rome, most likely from complications from cancer. He was 83.   An American artist, Twombly was known for his large, graffiti like paintings. He began his career in New York in the mid-1950s, a time when he shared a studio space with Robert Rauschenberg, whom he was also ... Read More »

News: Richard Serra at The Met

  On April 13th, The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened an exhibition chronicling the drawings of artist Richard Serra. The exhibition is a retrospective that spans approximately forty years of body of work that tests both the limitations and simplicity of the black line. As always with the exceptionally original Richard Serra, his drawings, like his sculptures, reveal an artist ... Read More »

News: Rent a Painting from the Leeds Gallery

For only £4 per month, patrons of the Leeds Art Gallery can rent a work of art from the museum’s collection and take it home for display for a minimum of three months. Theodore Wilkins, a representative from the gallery, said: “The artworks in our care are acquired for the people of Leeds. It is our responsibility to make them ... Read More »

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