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With 65 galleries showing (and selling) works from hundreds of artists, even a scaled-back Frieze is still quite a spectacle.
It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are a few recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss.
The iconic powder blue and hot pink portrait of Marilyn Monroe becomes one of the world’s most expensive oeuvres.
"Around the Table: Stories of the Foods We Love," opening in June, will emphasize the central role plants play in cuisine and cultural traditions worldwide.
Spread across two contrasting floors at the Whitney Museum, the 2022 edition of this storied survey spotlights not only what's new in art, but also how creative expression mirrors our times.
The painting, nearly destroyed in the late '80s, will move to the Brooklyn Museum (pending review from the Public Design Commission).
"This kind of an exhibit takes that hidden essence away, puts a face to some of the workers that are on the job."
Someone splattered paint on the sculpture on Sunday morning around 10 a.m., the third day the sculpture was on display in Union Square.
Mind/Mirror, with a sister show in Philadelphia, is the largest ever retrospective of Johns's groundbreaking career.
Walk through "the groundbreaking history and legacy of the House of Dior."
The high-end contemporary art world is gathering this weekend at the Javits Center.
The theme for this year's pandemic-era show is Hearsay:Heresy, or "Neo-Medieval."
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