The Art Lovers Guide To New York City

The Art Lovers Guide To New York City

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Whether you're looking for works that have stood the test of time or you're out for a slice of the cutting edge, we've got you covered.

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    Cash-strapped daters should visit this uptown institution on Sundays for free admission. Explore exhibits such as “Harlem Postcards,” which uses photography to examine changes in the neighborhood. -- Time Out New York via Foursquare
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    Tokyo and the whole of Japan this 2013 - Shinz? Abe, born 21 September, 1954 is a Japanese politician and was the President of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and the chairman of the Oyagaku [...] -- Bradley Associates Current Headlines via Foursquare
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    It offers a great way to connect with New York’s Latino community. We also like how the exhibits are small and easy to digest–it’s a nice change from the overwhelming scale of Museum Mile’s behemoths. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Before payment say that you just wanna cooperate for the museum and don't pay the ticket just give what you want! I gave 5! -- Gibran Ocaña via Foursquare
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    MAD has some interesting exhibits (we dig the contemporary jewelry gallery & gorgeous collection of quilts), and the Open Studio (w special demonstations by featured artists) is a pretty nifty idea. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    The Queens Museum of Art presents a series of fine art exhibitions, performances and more. It also houses the Panorama of New York City - the world's largest architectural scale model of an urban area -- NYC Parks via Foursquare
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    Steal away for a weekday afternoon with your favorite art lover and check out the exhilarating masterworks at this gallery, which launched the careers of important contemporary artists. -- Tiffany & Co via Foursquare
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    Experience the dimly lit, claustrophobically narrow tombs and ponder art (and a great civilization) from 2,000-3,000 years in the past. -- Jeffrey Zeldman via Foursquare
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    Check out the 80s works by post-pop artist Steve Gianakos at Fredericks & Freiser--it's like finding the missing link btwn Warhol & Banksy. -- Holly Hager via Foursquare
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    From the legendary sexually perverse drawings of cartoonist R. Crumb to the dark psychologically charged paintings of Marlene Dumas, Zwirner continues to challenge the conventional high-art standards. -- GQ Magazine via Foursquare
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    This lovely museum offers a calm, almost spiritual retreat from the city’s busy crowds. And, due to the museum’s manageable size, you can fully explore the collections in under a day. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    This place has some great art works! :-) And the best thing is that its open and free to public! -- New York Habitat via Foursquare
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