Arts & Culture in NYC

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  • Arts and Culture in New York City

    New York City has some of the best Arts and Cultures activities, museums, and galleries in the world, whether it's urban style or classical arts NYC has it.

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    Arts Galleries in New York City

    Start here to gain access to the best Arts and Cultural Activities / Galleries that New York City has to offer, a truly amazing experience.

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    Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Explore Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a plaza features a reflecting fountain, that honor plaques and other tributes to NYC of the Vietnam War veterans.

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    The Drawing Center

    The Drawing Center is one of the city's most highly respected small art museums. Top attraction in New York City!

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    Studio Museum in Harlem

    Studio Museum in Harlem, features paintings and photos by some artists of African descent as well as educational programs and workshops. Buy your ticket!

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    Solomon R Guggenheim Museum

    Solomon R Guggenheim Museum shares some works on display include painting photography and sculpture from famous artists. Located Upper East Side, New York.

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    Skyscraper Museum

    Skyscraper Museum founded in 1996, the museum is in Lower Manhattan, NYC. A private, not-for-profit, educational to the study of high-rise buildings!

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    SculptureCenter

    SculptureCenter commissions new work and presents exhibits by emerging and established, national and international artists and is located in Long Island.

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    Rubin Museum of Art

    Rubin Museum of Art offers opportunities for cross-cultural exploration through films, talks, music, and dance. Guides are available for questions & tours!

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    New York Public Library

    Visit the New York Public Library, features historic pair of marble lions, known as Patience and Fortitude. Located in Midtown Manhattan New York.

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    New York Philharmonic

    Founded in 1842, The New York Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in the US and the third oldest in the world.

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    New York Historical Society

    The New York Historical Society is located in a landmark building at 170 Central Park West between 76th and 77th Street. The history of art in America!

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    Prospect Park

    Prospect Park is a 585-acre urban oasis located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York City's most populous borough.

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    Queens Museum of Art

    Visit The Queens Museum of Art presents artistic and educational programs that directly relate to the contemporary urban life. Located in Queens, New York.

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    Nicholas Roerich Museum

    Nicholas Roerich Museum displays approximately 200 of Arts work, and keeps them permanently on display, for visitors who come from around the world.

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    New York City Fire Museum

    The New York City Fire Museum has the country’s most important collections of artifacts and art from the late 18th century to the present.

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    New Museum of Contemporary Art

    New Museum of Contemporary Art is a museum that is a leading destination for new art & ideas. Founded in 1977 by Marcia Tucker, located on Lower Manhattan.

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    Museum of the Moving Image

    Museum of the Moving Image, preserves and provides an access to moving-image related artifacts, screening significant films and other moving-image works.

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    Museum of Sex

    Explore the Museum of Sex, that preserves an ever-growing collections of sexually related objects. Located in Downtown Manhattan, New York City.

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    Morgan Library and Museum

    The museum has rare materials, important music manuscripts, a fine collection of early children's books and manuscripts, and materials from the twentieth century.

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    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum's collection contains more than two million works of art from all points of the compass, ancient through modern times.

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    Museum of Chinese in America

    Is the leading museum dedicated to reclaiming, preserving and presenting the history and culture of Chinese people in the United States.

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    Museum of Biblical Art

    MOBIA organizes temporary exhibitions revealing the extraordinary diversity and richness of art inspired by the Bible through the centuries.

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    Museum of Arts and Design

    Visit the Museum of Arts and Design, that collects, displays, & interprets objects that document contemporary & historic innovation in craft, art, & design.

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    Museum for African Art

    This museum is recognized worldwide as the pre-eminent organizer of exhibitions and publisher of books devoted exclusively to African art.

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    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

    Lincoln Center is a leading performing arts center located on sixteen acres on the Upper West Side in New York City.

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    Tria Gallery LLC

    The gallery specializes in contemporary painting and mixed media by established and emerging artists and is located in the heart of Chelsea.

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    Winkleman Gallery

    Founded in 2001 by independent curator Edward Winkleman and artist Joshua Stern, the gallery was launched as Plus Ultra Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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    Japan Society

    Since 1907, New York's Japan Society has evolved into North America's single major producer of high-quality content on Japan for an English-speaking audience.

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    Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art

    The Museum's current exhibit, Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion, features 17 portraits by renowned contemporary photographer, Phil Borges.

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    International Print Center

    Established in Chelsea in September 2000 as the first and only non-profit institution devoted solely to the exhibition and understanding of fine art prints.

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    Susan Teller Gallery

    Focuses on American paintings, prints, and unique paper of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including the WPA Era, Urban and Industrial Realism, and Modernism.

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    Tama Gallery

    A source for custom-made rare tropical hardwood tables, antique and unusual Asian art and furniture, contemporary art by living international artists.

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    The Terrain Gallery

    Opened in 1955 by Dorothy Koppelman, and took as its motto this statement by poet and philosopher Eli Siegel, In reality opposites are one; art shows this.

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    Brenda Taylor Gallery

    Brenda Taylor Gallery offers complete art advisory services for either the individual or corporate art collector. Beautiful art pieces to see!

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    Cheryl Hazan Gallery

    Cheryl Hazan focuses on the work of emerging artists, whom have already developed a following for their work which is mature and accomplished.

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    Ethan Cohen Fine Arts

    Ethan Cohen is dedicated to promoting and showcasing contemporary art from Asia, for the past 20 years, he has been involved with groundbreaking exhibitions

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    gallery nine5

    A groundbreaking gallery with unique and innovative sources of artworks converge and contemporary artists of great originality and singular importance.

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    Jenkins Johnson Gallery LLC

    Jenkins Johnson opened a gallery in New York’s prominent Chelsea gallery district, and has received critical acclaim since its opening.

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    Margarete Roeder Gallery

    Founded in 1986, the gallery exhibits work by contemporary American and European artists in all media, with a particular emphasis on paper and prints.

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    Nancy Hoffman Gallery Inc

    Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened in 1972, among the first handful of galleries to open in SoHo, representing many artists with no geographical bias.

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    Aicon Gallery

    Aicon Gallery, formerly Gallery ArtsIndia, has long been the definitive outlet for Indian art in the United States, and now expanded to West Europe.

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    Mimi Ferzt Gallery

    Mimi Ferzt Gallery has represented the contemporary art of Russia, the former Soviet republics, and the Baltic States since its inception in 1993.

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    Fraunces Tavern Museum

    Museum's collection of artifacts, paintings, drawings and documents related to the colonial, revolutionary, and early federal periods of American history.

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    American Primitive Art & Bases

    American Primitive Art & Bases has been known for expanding the field of contemporary art with its focus on self taught artists and outsider art.

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    Forbes Galleries

    The Forbes Galleries are a unique treasure trove of collectibles located in the heart of Greenwich Village. New York's most visited site!

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    Alex Beard Studio

    The Alex Beard Studio brings art to the public in as direct a way as possible. Get to know the artist, and see how and why he makes what...

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    Amazing Gallery

    Amazing Gallery focuses on creating a unique collection of limited edition works that indulge the senses and emotions with color, playfulness and beauty.

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    El Museo del Barrio

    El Museo del Barrio New York’s leading Latino cultural institution, expanded its mission to represent the diversity of Latin arts and cultures.

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    Fourth Arts Block

    Each year, the Fourth Arts Block members’ programs serve more than 1,200 artists and attract an audience of more than 200,000.

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