Founded in 1982 features a permanent collection of historical documents and artifacts, and special exhibits of topical interest.
The Official Photographer at Ground Zero for the Uniformed Firefighters Association curates the new museum, which raises funds for 9 assorted FDNY charities. On display are 100 of my most well-known images from the Recovery, as well as artifacts and rare video.
The Forbes Galleries are a unique treasure trove of collectibles located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Tucked within the lobby of the Forbes Magazine’s headquarters in New York City, the Galleries are open free to the public 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays through Saturdays. Thursdays are reserved for group tours and advance reservations are required.
More than 250 objects of Judaica highlight traditional Jewish life and the history of the congregation.
Anthology Film Archives is an international center for the preservation, study, and exhibition of film and video with a particular focus on American independent and avant-garde cinema and its precursors found in classic European, Soviet and Japanese film.
The galleries are arranged in a unique fashion, on a series of interior balconies, with curving stairways linking the different levels. The works on display are mostly contemporary crafts, though they aren’t the abstract forms that most people would expect from contemporary art. Some pieces, are so outlandish that they are amusing to look at, while some have a social message at the center of the work. Almost all of the gallery space is devoted to temporary exhibits, so the works on display when you visit might be quite different than what is described here.
The Whitney Museum houses one of the world's foremost collections of twentieth-century American art. The Permanent Collection of some 12,000 works encompasses paintings, sculptures, multimedia installations, drawings, prints, and photographs—and is still growing.
Four exhibitions are organized annually in the 900-square-foot gallery, with an emphasis on solo exhibitions by contemporary living artists. Each year, one or two projects are also presented in the 5,200-square-foot Sculpture Court, a glass-enclosed atrium with public seating and an espresso bar.