Art Nerd City Guides: New York · Los Angeles

Closing Reception, Other Homes at Arsenal Gallery

Come and celebrate the closing of Other Homes at Arsenal Gallery! Featuring a short walkthrough with the artists and curator and refreshments from 6-8 pm. We look forward to having […]

The Pulitzer Fountain

The ultimate post-mortem vanity plate to himself, Joseph Pulitzer left $50,000 for the Pulitzer Fountain, to be erected in Grand Army Plaza at the South Eastern tip of Central Park. […]

Gainsborough Studios

Central Park, Artist Studios, manhattan, Gainsborough Corporation, Gainsborough Studios

Central Park South today is more associated with tourists and horse carriages than artists. But in 1908, an entire building was built, just so a group of artists could have […]

Sculpture of William Tecumseh Sherman

Sculptor and designer for coins for the US Mint, Augustus Saint Gaudens studied at Cooper Union and the National Academy of Design. He began casting bronze for Civil War memorials, […]

The Oldest Bronze in Central Park

Central Park is full of sculpture, some interesting, some not so much. The sorta gory Eagles and Prey by Christophe Fratin may not be a total show stopper, but the […]

Thomas Schütte’s United Enemies

Thomas Schütte’s United Enemies

If you’re in the mood for some good old fashion justice in the age of corporate corruption and golden parachutes, head on over to Central Park for Thomas Schütte’s United […]

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