Museum of the city of new york

Is there a city more worth celebrating than New York? Not according to New Yorkers. A new exhibit at the MCNY is the latest place to toast the city, past and present.
"I really wanted to show that this was not a problem we only affiliate with places like Bangladesh and the Pacific, but it's also happening in Miami and the Meadowlands."
"It was in particular a time when musicians were able to afford to be here in the city, and there was a real openness to exploring outside of one's own traditional genres."
The Museum has participated in a weekly call with a variety of other museums across the city in order to create a set of shared guidelines all the institutions can follow.
During the Spanish flu, cops even gave out tickets to people "for not covering your mouth when coughing."
The exhibit gives people the opportunity to see how New Yorkers have interacted with a city changing 'physically, culturally, economically, and aesthetically over more than the past century.'
"Who We Are: Visualizing NYC By the Numbers" approaches recent census information through an aesthetic lens, breaking the numbers down and using them to build something visually striking and thought-provoking.
McDarrah's photography is the subject of two major exhibitions, including one focusing on the history of Stonewall, at the Museum of the City of New York this year.
For more than two years, Jing Wang embedded herself with Chinese delivery workers and documented their lives and efforts to organize against the city's crackdown on e-bikes, a battle that is still ongoing.
The winding prehistory of the bicycle in New York City, and what happened next, is the subject of a fascinating new exhibit opening tomorrow at the Museum of the City of New York.
Germ City, a new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, will edify and enrich your nightmares.
The exhibit opened this week, and runs until January.
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