Wish you had an original Keith Haring work in your home? The luxury can come built in for just $10 million! According to New York Magazine, this TriBeCa home used to be a part of the School for Visual Arts while Keith Haring was a student, and he painted this wall in his signature style. Eventually the space was converted into a private home, but luckily the mural stayed.
Of course, you don't have to be...Read More
Some exhibitions require a very straightforward design, where the objects tell their own story. Then there are exhibitions where the objects, stories and design need to come together to tell a story greater than the sum of their parts. Beer Here: Brewing New York's History is one such exhibition. With everything from farm equipment to poster advertisements needed to tell the story of beer's rise, fall, and resurgence in New York. We spoke with Exhibition...Read More
Yikes! This aggressive-looking machine is patented under the name “Lightning” and is cold to the touch. Because it’s made from cast iron, when you lift it, its weight drags your whole body down and turns your arm to pudding. It has four gears; each is a different size, and each is necessary. When activated, these gears grind, whip, and spin a single two-pronged fork against a sharpened, diagonally suspended knife.
But the Lightning is not a...Read More
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New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street)
New York, NY 10024