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Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Two Italian designers face off at the Met, a group of artists take on the art market and a moody photographer shows his latest in Chelsea. Plus, in Ridgewood, the Queens Museum is holding a "historic art crawl." There's lots to do in the city this week and here's just a bit of what's cooking.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
By Julia Furlan : WNYC Culture Producer
On select Sundays, the Queens Museum of Art opens up its studios to adults with varying physical, emotional and cognitive abilities as part of its ArtAccess program. On Wednesdays in May, El Museo del Barrio hosts its Painting with Light workshop, which pairs professional artists with blind or sight-impaired artists.
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
In a curious exhibit at the Queens Museum of Art, curators Itala Schmelz and Ernesto Peñaloza of the National Automomous University in Mexico City have put together a highly intriguing visual chronicle of the 1939 World's Fair (and New York) as seen through the lens of one of Mexico's more unusual lensmen: Luis Márquez.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
By WNYC Culture
Joseph Blanco has never seen his father's home country of Guatemala. The 25-year-old knows of his Garifuna heritage, but the Bronx native never learned the language, which is a blend of Spanish, Indian, and African influences.