The Visual Arts Open House displayed artists at very different stages and paths in their careers, with no clear unifying thread except their affiliation with Columbia.
The Museum of the City of New York hosts an exhibit on the excess of the Gilded Age through the end of the month.
The printer gets a second glance in the new retrospective at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery. “Chronographic 1998-2013,” which opened Wednesday, features a rich dialogue on 15 years of fine art prints, showcasing various artists who have worked at the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies.
A collection of Leonardo da Vinci’s sketches offers a glimpse into the intellect of the prolific artist.
An exhibit at a Chelsea gallery captures a changing community landscape on 125th Street.
Casa Hispánica brought the "Somos Dreamers" photo exhibit to its second floor on Oct. 15.
A site-specific exhibit at Teachers College is carrying on the intellectual legacy of Columbia professor, philosopher, and intellectual John Dewey.
The Armory Show celebrates its 100th anniversary.
“The Raging 70s,” which opens Tuesday, captures New York City’s Puerto Rican and Dominican communities through the lens of Associated Press photographer Bolivar Arellano.
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery's newest exhibit plays with shadows and invites the viewer's participation.
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