How much pleasure you derive from Kiki Smith: A Gathering, 1980-2005, a mid-career retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, will depend on whether you think art should simply confirm what we know or expand and deepen our knowledge.
Anyone conversant with Ms. Smith’s sculptures, drawings and installations will recognize that the word “pleasure” Read More
Tomorrow morning Tom Suozzi will be recognized for his service as the outgoing co-chairperson of the Metropolitan Transportation Council at their annual meeting.
Madame Tussauds unveils a wax figure of U2 lead singer Bono–will they put him next to Hillary?
Then the City Council Committee on Lower Manhattan Redevelopment will unveil its proposal regarding Read More
Andrea Peyser went with
Hillary greets the crowd, on hand to hear her ambitions for 2008.
The proud husband looks on, hoping to get a chance to once again fly regularly aboard Air Force One.
Rudy and George pose with Hillary campaign aide, Lou.
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Scurrying along the sidewalk on a late Sunday afternoon, hardly anyone looks at the decrepit artifact standing forlornly on the southwest corner of 42nd Street and Ninth Avenue. Those who do scrunch their faces as if disturbed by the thought that this anachronistic eyesore taints the landscape of their new Times Square.
They probably don’t Read More
Anti-grit developer Bruce Ratner, whose theatrical gesture of jacking up the Empire Theater and dragging it 168 feet down 42nd Street to make room for a 25-screen AMC multiplex and a Madame Tussaud’s wax museum recently made the cover of The New York Times , is moving himself. Real estate sources said that on Jan. Read More