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By Miles Harter, ZEALnyc Contributing Writer, January 23, 2017 Who wouldn't want to start their day frolicking around the
When I picture Hanuman it is often in depictions of his physical prowess and accomplishment, in flight usually, with the
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Art has been with us through the ages; painting, architecture and sculpture have always been the epitome of art rarely if
Also in the museum district, the Neue Galerie (dedicated to German and Austrian art), continues its Cabaret at the Café Sabarsky
I guess I'll just have to wait for his response. Singer's most famous analogy is that of the drowning child. Suppose you
Gloves have been around for centuries. Pharaohs wore them as a symbol of their power and position. Vikings fought over them. Queen Elizabeth 1 was into glove play, flaunting her pretty hands before her courtiers by putting on and removing her gloves.
RIP misleading signage, you'll be missed.
Art Historians Miss the Mark: Follow the Money Trail for Surprising Revelations About Renaissance Art
Marginalizing patrons or placing them out of sight feeds the illusion of art historians that Renaissance artists created their artworks in a romantic trance oblivious to the economic, political, social, theological, and personal factors that defined and constrained the creative process.
Meyer and Brysac do a masterful job of contextualizing the frenzied collecting of Chinese art by Americans into the political, historical and social landscapes of the times. Like a story by Edith Wharton, it's a tale of intrigue, manners and colorful personalities.
This Saturday, January 9, proves to be busy start for 2016 for the Los Angeles Art World. Some stand out exhibitions take place downtown, Santa Monica, Hollywood and in Culver City.
The Season 3 trailer for The Artist Project is below. The new season, in which I am included, will be released this week on September 16th.
Travel back in time with images taken between the 1870s and the 1970s in Senegal, Cameroon, Mali, Gabon and beyond.
At the Met show, I didn't want to leave it. It opened up my brain like an act of exploration, where it remained there, someplace in my eyes. I have rarely had this experience with a work of art. It made so much other stuff look like bullshit.
New York City is an expensive city to live in, and sometimes it's nice to get out into the art world without breaking the bank. From classics like the Cloisters, to some new favorites, we think these are all worth visiting -- or revisiting. Here are a few of our top picks for the best free museums in the City.